Sometimes hearing no can stop you in your tracks. And sometimes hearing no should stop you in your tracks. But there are other times when hearing no can be a catalyst for something great, for something important, and for something new and exciting. A few weeks ago I was going after something that I thought, maybe … More 4 Steps to Crafting a Delicious Humble Pie
So I have this “friend”… okay, you got me, it’s me. I have recently been on a healthy streak. After hitting 35 I decided that it was time to really recognize that I only have this one body, and I want it to last a while, so I’ve been eating healthy and exercising, and it … More Quit being a cupcake pusher!
How often does this happen to you, you’re strolling/driving/scooting along a street you’ve been down a hundred times, you turn your head, and you see something you never realized was there. Right there, in that spot, that you’ve passed a million times. Did it just pop up? Did they build it overnight, and the air … More Turn your head
It doesn’t matter which side of the table you are sitting on, working through development planning as an employee or with your employees can be painful. The conversation sometimes goes like this: “I don’t know, I’ve been here so long, what is there really left to learn?” or “There is so much uncertainty right now, … More Personal Development Plans… or, why you don’t want to be Icarus
Remember, when you were 8, you used to think people in their 20’s were old. And then when you were 16, it became people in their 30’s. Now as we get older, it turns out that age is just a number. We can be as old or as young as we act, bodies be damned. … More Turning 35… or, screw the plan!
Do you daydream? You know, where you spend time thinking about the things that could be, the words you could say, the actions you could take? There are countless articles espousing the power of the daydream. Daydreams give us hope, they help us to visualize the things we are after. The power of daydreams in … More Daydream believer…or, why the dog needs to take notes
Binge watching Glee over the December holidays helped me break-up with Netflix. Ok, like not really break-up, more like take a break – like Ross and Rachel. Here’s the thing, I’m going to get really personal about my TV watching habits, and you are likely to judge me by the shows I watch and the … More Quit wasting time… or why binge watching Glee helped me break-up with Netflix