You are the architect of your future. What you think is what you will do. What you do is who you will become. The question then becomes – What do you want from life?
My morning rhythm gets my day going and points me in a direction instead of wondering how my day will unfold; there is purpose. Rhythms give us purpose.
The goal of resilience is to get back to where you were prior to adversity (life happening). The goal is NOT to get stronger or move beyond where you were.
Most people think, ‘I have all the time I want’. But the truth is life is short and should be lived fully engaged every day.
He knew for the organization to grow and evolve; he would need to be a different leader… But my friend came out a different person, he actually became like the consultant.
If you cannot lead yourself well, you should not be leading others.
Fear is not always irrational. Sometimes it is very real and can debilitate us in our work, relationships and life. Fear can stop us in our tracks.
For me though, laughter means I’m all-in on what is going on in front of me.
It is too easy to place the blame of my situation (past, present, and future) on others. You and me are the causers of our circumstances. We have the capacity for change.
My first ‘real’ job was as a dishwasher. The restaurant was called Dip’n Donuts. I loved that job. Master of my own domain, even if it was the dishwashing station.