Eight years ago, I woke up after falling and hitting my head in the middle of the night. Here’s the most important lesson I learned that morning.
There’s no better gift or act of service we can offer those we care about than to wholeheartedly receive the gifts that they desire to offer us.
In every areas of life, you have metrics for measuring success. Those metrics define your life experience. What would happen if you couldn’t rely on those metrics anymore?
When people die suddenly and unexpectedly it can send our world into chaos and cause us to question everything. This is a good thing.
I’ve been a real estate broker for 15 years. These are the first 2 questions I ask all prospective buyers. Most real estate agents never ask them at all.
A lesson learned from the worst brownies I’ve ever made.
Rather than chasing other people’s dreams or the image of what you think success should look like, mine your own experience for the clues of what will create meaning for you.