One of the most frustrating things for me growing up was the mixed messaging I received about dreams. My teachers and guidance counselors would tell me they wanted me to follow my dreams—but they never looked favorably on all the daydreaming I did. I think we … Continue Reading ››
How have you spent the past 50 days? Take a moment to think about where you were on December 5th of last year. How did you spend the weeks leading up to the holidays? Where were you for Christmas? What did you do for … Continue Reading ››
I'm not a fan of New Year resolutions. Why? Three reasons:
- I stink at them.
- I feel compelled to think them up on the last day of the year, in a post-holiday coma, with no clear plan of how I'm actually going to accomplish them. (Is it any … Continue Reading ››
I'm willing to bet you've got stuff you want to do—important stuff, stuff that matters. Call it whatever you like—your dreams, your goals, your bucket list—but it's always there: inspiring, goading, even taunting you toward something higher, something bigger, something better. Maybe you've got an idea for a … Continue Reading ››