It’s ok to have goals - to have a sense of where you want to go and to be aware of horizon, but don’t neglect the every day.
Time and time again, I have stumbled into the trap of preparing instead of doing, but you should know that getting ready is a lie.
We all have that little voice---you, me, everyone. Why is it there? Why does it matter and what exactly does it have to do with the life well lived?
Planning for the future is a wonderful habit, but often we imagine the worst and worry about the future. Learning to deal with our anxiety and fear is an important part of life.
An amazing life is built in the company of others. Finding your tribe -- the people who connect with you -- and moving humanity forward require one thing above all: sharing who you are.
The world is changing faster than we can imagine, and the future isn't yet visible. How do we navigate a landscape that is still under construction, or doesn’t yet exist?
It is easy to get frustrated or feel like you’re stuck or failing when you aren't measuring up to your expectations. If you've ever questioned the path you are on, this week's conversation is for you.
It’s common to blame our dissatisfaction on things we can’t control, but have you ever wondered if what we naturally blame is the real cause?
Like all great achievements - building character happens little by little, over time. We only have to start noticing the world around us to discover that there are abundant opportunities in our daily lives to do the right thing.
This week, we talk about comparison thinking. Comparisons become a competition, which means we’re either winners or losers. In this world, how can you not feel inadequate?
Often, when caught up the moment, it's easy to lose our inner balance, and to forget a crucial truth about emotions. This week, we reflect on the profound ways our emotions influence our lives.
This week I wanted to share a brief personal story that reminded me what a gift, the attention of another human being truly is.
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Thank you for joining us on the adventure!