Vacation – Take One

First week of April and I'm going on a vacation. You won't see much for posts from me unless I'm super inspired this week. The podcasts will be back next week as well. Some facts that I hope you, like me, won't become a statistic of: 21% of us will leave 5 or move vacation... Continue Reading →

Own You

Living an awesome life, we all would like to be there. There's at times so much to juggle we just don't find a way to get there. Most of the time I've found myself stuck in the trap of doing so much for others that I can't even get myself and the work I want... Continue Reading →

Just One, But Not So Easy

Photo by Miguel Á. Padriñán on Pexels.com Fact: Your brain can only be 100% effective on one thing at a time. So, why do we mind share up to as much as a dozen things or more simultaneously and think that's a good thing to do? Performance anxiety? Fear of missing out? Setting our goals... Continue Reading →

Self Administration

Party of one please! Our tasks and work don't always work that way. We have to work hard to get those tasks that seem to be necessary down to a few. Even better when we can get it down to one isn't one priority enough? What if you could find a way that if there... Continue Reading →

The Well: Two Questions (8min Audio)

Wanted to provide an audio version of the most popular and viewed blog post for this week's podcast. Hope you enjoy it. Have we really taken the time to ensure we're doing the right thing? With just two questions you can get all the intel you need to take the first confident step forward. Listen... Continue Reading →

Quote Roulette #13

Do not go gentle into that good night. Rage, rage against the dying of the light.- Dylan Thomas Dylan was a celebrated Welsh poet. Super well known and popular in fact for just giving life the "what for." He often shared that in his prose and craft. Another great excerpt from his work that strikes... Continue Reading →

Stick It Planning

Teaching yourself a new trick and moving through the fear you're going to encounter learning that new trick is not easy. Rewarding yourself and taking some other strategies into account can help you move through it. We respond really well to rewards. We like being liked for example on Facebook posts. This keep us going... Continue Reading →

Forget the Target

That carrot game is bad for our health. If I do this, I'll get that. External incentives in many cases can give us false leads or direction. Often times though, they back fire. We will carry out unnecessary things to achieve the target because of that carrot. Even if it means taking short cuts and... Continue Reading →

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