Autumn Anxiety is a thing. The holiday of Sukkot has the antidote.
Senses are like muscles: use them or lose them. Most of us overly rely on vision. This is a workout plan for your other senses.
Just because you’re not hitting the snooze button doesn’t mean you’re awake and aware.
The practice of Shoshin helps us expand our cognitive capacity and deepen mastery.
The constant striving to be better than you were yesterday is a set-up for disappointment.
In a service-based world, presence is the new productivity.
More important than what you do is how you do. How you show up becomes your legacy and defines your brand because it’s what people remember.