Idea #8: Your Pain, Your Gain

One Grand Adventure: East Race South Bend, IN The path of least resistance. You’ve faced it down before and chosen that path. The easy way. The short cut. Easy Street has been called many names. I don’t think anyone can honestly admit that they’ve gone full tilt into adversity or challenge 100% every time it’s... Continue Reading →

Idea #4: Write to Your Younger Self

Photo by Bess Hamiti on Pexels.com Can you go back in time to correct past mistakes? No. But, you can still learn from them. Today's idea, is simple. Sit for a 5-15 minutes and write a letter to your younger self. Only by looking backwards can we connect the dots. What is in that time... Continue Reading →

Idea 3: Examine Your Habits

The Path One of the things that elude us often are the ones right in front of our faces. They surprise us. Catch us off guard. I was asked recently who am I with and where am I? They were to be taken literally. They were deep questions to ask myself at my core. Am... Continue Reading →

1,000 Ideas

I wanted to try something. I believe that it will help me as much as it could help you. It will focus on what we can learn about something we didn’t know, short in length. A 1,000 ideas is my goal to deliver over the next few years, little snippets of things I found useful,... Continue Reading →

Quote Roulette: Ryan Holiday

Perspective. It’s calming. It’s a catalyst at times. Seeking out as many different perspectives as we can, lends some incredible ways to find our way through just about anything. Any obstacle. This one from Ryan Holiday is one I would put on my wall where I would see it the most. It’s a cold reminder... Continue Reading →

Take Inventory

Take inventory of what’s most important! Great challenge in my Five Minute Journal today. Taking inventory is a great exercise to take at work, out and about, or during some home time with yourself/family. Catalog your WHOLE day. I’ve found at the end of the day during reflection time or even the next day when... Continue Reading →

Quote Roulette: James Clear

“The longer you’re a teacher, the less you remember what it is like to be a student. The longer you’re a doctor, the less you remember what it is like to be a patient. The longer you’re a coach, the less you remember what it is like to be a player. Change positions. A new... Continue Reading →

The Job You Will Love

What do you wish you could do more every day? I wish I could be a coach more everyday. Help others get the most out of what they want to do and be. Find themselves, their real selves, and how they can honor that where or when they show up. If I could find work... Continue Reading →

Story Lines

iPhone 13 Mini, night wide shot I’ve learned recently about the power of pause and understanding story lines we write. A story line is a narrative we come up with about our current status or situations. The biggest thing I have learned about my own story lines is where my head is, my actions will... Continue Reading →

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