Rosh Hashana reminds us that change isn’t an end-goal, but rather the beginning of a process that leads to transformation.
We tend to enjoy doing things that we are good at, and not enjoy things that we are not good at. This begs the question: how do you know if you’re good at something?
To get back on the horse, it helps to know all the steps involved. Including whether you should get back on the horse in the first place.
What I learned from an art session with my eight-year old nieces.
What holds you back in your creative process? These 3 mindset shifts will help you move through the sticking points that get in the way of creating and sharing your best work.
Unlike with goals, there’s no clear way to track your progress in bringing your vision to form.
Sometimes the best question is not “how much more can I do?” but “what’s the least I can do?”