Simple Not So Simple

You take a look at my desk with everything going on. Hard to pick up the sign I have there that states "Keep it Simple". But, its there if you focus and know what you're looking for. This is the same practice we have to take at how we are looking to spend our day. … Continue reading Simple Not So Simple

Reduce the Noise

Simple can be harder than complex. You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it's worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains. - Steve JobsThe next three posts we're going to jump into some work and study around creating simplicity. With … Continue reading Reduce the Noise

Self-Compassion Is Not Self-Esteem

It's a common mistake made between self-compassion and self-esteem. Just like we can easily swap in error sympathy and empathy which are also very different. Our self-identity is really hard to measure ourselves from our point of view. We sometimes need the feedback or another third party to help us out. I found this test … Continue reading Self-Compassion Is Not Self-Esteem

It’s Just Needed More Than Ever

Compassion: recognizing that the person is in pain (sympathy), feeling the pain of another (empathy), and the authentic desire to alleviate their suffering. As you can guess, we're moving into the compassion deep dive for the theme of this week. In our world environment right now, whether at work or our personal, compassion is an … Continue reading It’s Just Needed More Than Ever

Setting A Foundation for Your Intention

We've had the opportunity to understand what intention is and can do. How having a goal and being focused on intention are two different things, but work together. Last post we talked through setting the table for your intentionality to really get an opportunity to work with great habits. Today, we focus on the last … Continue reading Setting A Foundation for Your Intention

Your Table

It's pretty simple a table won't stand effectively with three or less legs. It usually will topple right over. Your table needs legs. You habits are the legs to your table which is your intention. Our long term success towards being effectively intentional as we move to those goals we want to achieve require certain … Continue reading Your Table

Excited for May Posts

Hello May! With the spring rains and snow over I'm sprinting into May with lots of excitement. Going to move into some themes for the first few weeks in May. I'm going to start with a week covering intentionality. The purpose of life is to live, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out … Continue reading Excited for May Posts

Let Yourself Out, The World Needs You

If we had absolutely no fear (which by the way fear is a made up thing we created) at all, what would our potential really be? Would you try to be a rock star? Run across the United States? Jump from a plane? This fear of failure we need to reconcile. Every creative person both … Continue reading Let Yourself Out, The World Needs You

Our Best and Worst Selves

I have a constant curiosity in human behavioral studies and learning. I enjoy studying both when we are at our best and when we are at our worst. It's healthy to explore this. I think if more people practiced human social and human behavioral work we'd be a different human race today. Instead, we get … Continue reading Our Best and Worst Selves