Gratitude Gives You Latitude

What are you thankful for? Have you really taken a breath to just pause and take it all in? Or, are you just pushing through hitting each day moving through it like it's a drive through. Again and again expecting your happiness to be handed to you from a carry out window attendee. Chances are … Continue reading Gratitude Gives You Latitude

Happiness Series | Shorts

Every minute you are angry you loose sixty seconds of happiness. We can move through this world thinking happiness is owed to us. A sense of entitlement with happiness. To the point that we allow others or things to hijack whether we are happy at any given time. We allow those constructs of our own … Continue reading Happiness Series | Shorts

Does It Have to Be a Gain or Loss?: Resilience Series | Shorts

There are more things … likely to frighten us than there are to crush us; we suffer more often in imagination than in reality. Accordingly, some things torment us more than they ought; some torment us before they ought; and some torment us when they ought not to torment us at all. We are in … Continue reading Does It Have to Be a Gain or Loss?: Resilience Series | Shorts

Perseverance, the Cousin of Resilience | In-Between the Pages

History has demonstrated that the most notable winners usually encountered heartbreaking obstacles before they triumphed. They won because they refused to become discouraged by their defeats. - B.C. Forbes, Founder of Forbes Magazine Perseverance. Sounds like the same as resilience and it is very close. Someone with perseverance creates their own resistance which is a … Continue reading Perseverance, the Cousin of Resilience | In-Between the Pages