One Thing – The Ultimate Act of Simplifying

Arthur Guinness. J. K. Rowling with Harry Potter. Both creators have one thing in common, they learned the power of simplify and focusing on the one thing that made everything else inconsequential or non-essential. We have to start big to get to the one thing. For most people there is to much negative and fear … Continue reading One Thing – The Ultimate Act of Simplifying

To Many Yes’s and Not Enough No’s

Do I really need to beat everyone and get to "A" from way back here in "F" to prove I'm worthy of an achievement? NO! Besides the noble art of getting things done, there is the noble art of leaving things undone. The wisdom of life consists in the elimination of non-essentials. - Lin Yutang … Continue reading To Many Yes’s and Not Enough No’s

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

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

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

Addressing the Gap

Hello 👋🏻 It's great to be back from vacation in Hawaii. I had a lot of time to just listen to myself and reflect. I completely disconnected from work and blogging. I believe you have to take a break from what you're good at, to find how to be great at it when you come … Continue reading Addressing the Gap

Retool Daily

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

Embrace the Suck

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