Whatever you see in someone else — whether a quality you like or don’t like — is a reflection of yourself.
In our efforts to improve, we typically deflate our best moments with judgment or other qualifiers. If we hold back the arrows, we can ride the momentum of our accomplishments.
The core driver of constant and never-ending improvement is a good feedback loop. There are three essential feedback channels. Which are you missing?
[spacer size=”40″] On Monday, I decided to take a sacred pause for the Spring Equinox. I spoke about this concept on my weekly Periscope show this past weekend: the importance of taking a pause to reassess, reflect and renew. I’ve been feeling really behind in my year so far, struggling to clear space for myself […]
Are you a rebel at heart who yearns to break free of the status quo and cultural expectations, but still find yourself struggling to extract from pressure to do things the “right” way? Here is the permission you seek to make your own rules.
Our show and tell culture worships proof and rewards tangible success and achievement. We celebrate what we can measure. But what are you really trying to prove?
Even in an era where we have electronic calendars and alerts to remind us of other important occasions, there are still some events and moments for which we don’t need reminders. We don’t need a notification for these dates because the events are so significant in our lives. They are our defining moments.