Why are we always planning for what might go WRONG, rather than for what might go RIGHT?
We know the things we should do to reach our goals but we just don’t do them. Isn’t it peculiar, how we do that?
Sometimes we lose sight of what we are looking for. Here’s how to proceed when the view isn’t always clear.
If someone can put a balloon in the air with a little bit of fire without setting that balloon on fire, you too can do something remarkable.
Stop swallowing what you truly want to say.
Are you missing the game because you’re spending all your time serving someone else?
Things don’t always go according to plan. Here’s how to best prepare to pivot.
Get off the merry-go-round of misery and make some (micro) progress towards those goals.
It doesn’t matter how large your Cast of Supporting Characters is, your narrator is your story’s biggest influencer.
Why do we fault women for not having confidence and then penalize them for expressing the very thing we insist they need?