Consciously adopting your beliefs can make your life amazing. Randomly or unconsciously collecting beliefs can make your life hell.
When you actively seek out powerful beliefs, you can design a life that other people think is only for savants and outliers.
If only they knew that the beliefs that shape your life are more like clothes you can try on or take off at any time (granted, some are like tight leather pants that can be a bit pesky to peel off).… Click to read more
Some things you expect to be awesome and they are. Other times you expect a lot and you’re disappointed.
But there’s a rare third category of events that come along once in a lifetime. They’re the ones you hope will be awesome, then absolutely exceed anything you could have ever imagined. They leave you wondering if what just happened was actually real life.
That was my experience at Camp Nerd Fitness.
The shuttle full of travel-worn and ecstatic nerds bounced along, doing its best to deal with the twists and turns as it climbed into the hills of northern Georgia.… Click to read more
As I sit here to type this I question who I am to help you with overcoming imposter syndrome.
After all, I am still questioning myself. Shouldn’t I have figured this out before I start telling YOU how to do it?
This is the exact reason I am writing this to you right now.
You will never not feel like a fake. You will never stop questioning whether or not you are truly qualified to help people. You will never get to a point where you’re finally “good enough” and you’re now “ready” to rest on your laurels.… Click to read more
Success isn’t a result of spontaneous combustion. You must set yourself on fire. –Arnold H. Glasow
Simply put, indecision is the progress killer.
Decide, revise, decide, revise should be the herald of the true adventurer and sovereign woman.
There is a quality that all great leaders look for that is a diamond indeed hard to come by, and that is the quality of self initiative.
Most people wait for direction, then once received they execute and seek approval and direction for revision based on their actions.… Click to read more
Despite the fluorescent lighting, cheerless gray cubicles and confining schedule, I had a good job.
Or so I was told.
The truth is that I actually enjoyed the work that I did. It was purposeful and felt good to do.
I was paid well, enough to live comfortably and buy the things I wanted. And most days, I didn’t get too annoyed with the coworkers I never had a say in choosing to work with.
I was managing an employee recognition program for the largest non-profit healthcare company in the world.… Click to read more