Sometimes we fail to see that which we see so often.
We are conditioned to look where we’re going and follow our vision. But sometimes that’s not possible and we must rely on a different skill.
The gap between where we are and where we want to be we creates our anxiety and suffering and deprives us of life in the present moment.
The pressure to plan can be intense, especially at this time of year. How to plan when you can’t see what’s coming.
Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year offers a guideline on how to begin making an intentional change.
Every day is a new beginning. Restart the year by choosing a new anchor to guide you. My 3 words for 2020 create a self-reinforcing cycle.
Maps show you what’s out there. But there are three things maps can’t do for you.