It’s OK to not be OK. We don’t always have to pretend everything is fine because we’re worried other people won’t be fine if we admit that we’re not. Sometimes you just need to wallow in the muck for a bit before you get back to the messiness of life.
This is for all of you who turn yourselves upside down to serve others and feel bad saying no.
Call me a quitter, but walking away from what was no longer working for me allowed me to create an entirely new chapter.
Maybe the only thing you need to fix is the overly critical way you look at yourself.
Your personal brand is how you consistently show up for yourself. It is the story of YOU and the impact you have on others.
It can be overwhelming when you’re not sure what you want. You’re staring at a blank page. But that’s the point. You get to fill it as you wish.
You’ve heard the saying: When you “ASSUME,” you make an “ASS” out of “U” and “ME.”
Don’t be an ass.
We all have an inner voice that comes from years of experience and a sense of intuition and that guides us. But all too often it’s drowned out by doubt and questioning and noise. Here’s how to quiet your mind so that it can listen to your heart and follow your gut.
If you don’t have imposter syndrome, you’re not playing a big enough game! Here’s how to turn that stumbling block of feelings of inferiority into your superpower.
This was no mix-up at the bean cannery.
This was a meant-to-be bean. It is, in so many ways, so much more than a bean.
It’s a story. And the story has a moral for all of us.
It can be hard to look at someone who others think looks like you and think… do I look like that? Hmm, I thought I was… prettier.
My inability to determine the word I’m trying to say coincides with the increasing incidents of walking purposefully into a room only to completely forget upon arrival what I am doing there.