I've written about the reboot before. Subconsciously we do almost everything on auto pilot. Including our worst behaviors. Hard to change that when you don't really stop to think about it and dig in to change yourself. It's not the mistake that's bad. It's the chain of self-destruction when we continue to make that bad … Continue reading Retool Daily
Do not ever settle for second best in yourself or your work. Our lack of ambition can be a life experience killer and keep us from truly seeing the best version of ourselves. We need to be obsessed with our ambitions. Until you do that you're going to leave great powers, passion, and limitless rewards … Continue reading Embrace the Suck
Less is more. So they say, yet we don't really learn. We pile on more than we can handle. I did it to myself today with work. I had this grand vision that I could get all this stuff done, and probably only got about two thirds of it done. Why do we do it? … Continue reading A Better You and Me
FOMO. Fear of missing out. It's real. We don't live in the moments enough that we are given. Those very small significant moments that define us. The ones that can bring about the very best version of ourselves if we let them. If we could just be present long enough to notice the pattern before … Continue reading Your Moments
The only person you are designed to become is the person you decide to be. - Ralph Waldo Emerson We've known so many people in our life times and yet to know so many more. We spend countless hours, days, and years looking at others just stretching ourselves out to be one of them. When, … Continue reading Decide
How well we want to be is really dependent on us. We can say others or other situations we may be in are to fault, but ultimately control lies in ourselves. I want to explore more than 2 months into our new year some this idea of personal wellness. Wellness of course is all-encompassing and … Continue reading How Well Are We? How Well Do We Want To Be?
The sun is new each day.What would be different if we approached each new day with surprise and wonder? Yet, we leave our ground hog goggles on and somehow blame everyone else for our condition that we have complete control over. In our most repetitive habits, if we could just bring an attitude of surprise … Continue reading Approach Each Day as a Surprise
Take three breaths, in and then out. That's about 4 seconds. Our brains scientifically need 1-2 seconds for an urge to react to move past our amygdala (our monkey or reptile brains) and reach our prefrontal cortex where rational thought can take over. Today's world, the action now world, makes this super hard. We've been … Continue reading 4 Seconds