Hello December! How are you? It’s been awhile since I’ve seen you but I appreciate the fact that you keep showing up. It may take you awhile but you always come around. There is something about your presence that catches me off guard. Although I can expect you to arrive, I am surprised when you […]
Many of us get stuck between knowing what we want and the asking for it. At some point we learn to identify our wants, but often those wants sit floating around in our mind. They don’t travel what seems a long distance to our mouth so we can speak them into being.
Anyone sitting in the backseat has their perch secured, they are free to offer commentary on anything that crosses their mind. The backseat is a safe spot; you are close enough to be heard but lack any responsibility for action. Sometimes as adults we can lose that desire to drive…
There is a lot going on in the world today, which no doubt takes its toll. We are required to cope with it all, while under significant pressure to still produce, pivot, and parent, the best we can. Sometimes our age old coping mechanisms may need a little reboot to help us make it through. If you are looking for a little change in those coping mechanisms, try one or all of these five:
I tend to prefer a work smarter, not harder kind of approach. Working smarter is about building efficiency into your work habits and goals, and prioritizing creative problem solving over brut force. This approach is not unique, but it can get overshadowed by a pervasive Hustle and Grit, Do More mentality. Pushing yourself to just do more can be inspiring, but it can also be bad advice.
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