Our plans and goals aren’t subject to a Once-in-a-100-Year opportunity. Don’t miss them.
I am here to report it is Day 2 of the New Year. And I have not passed my own Pissed-Off test.
You can’t start a new chapter if you keep re-reading the last one.
Tired of all the wouldn’ts and couldn’ts and shouldn’ts? Which mean you won’t and you don’t? Flush that B.S. for good!
Doing and accomplishing are two different things. When so much needs to be done, it’s easy to stray. Here’s how to stay focused on the task at hand and let everything else go.
Pin to the top of your To Do list a “To Don’t” list and let go of unhelpful time-wasters.
Sometimes life lessons come from the most unlikely of places… like the NYC subway.
Just keep moving – one foot in front of the other – until you eventually get where you are going.
Cutting down and back can propel you forward and allow you to take stock of how much you have and how little you actually need.
I’ve given a lot of thought to “courage” lately – what it means, who exhibits it, what’s the outcome to that bravery.