(Reprint from Authentic Success Newsletter) "Again, you can't connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backward. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something — your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever." -Steve Jobs, Stanford Commencement Speech, 2005 Have you noticed … Continue reading Trust By Connecting The Dots…
As with any challenge, it's important to remember that you have a choice of perspective. Choice is the one option that remains regardless of what the conditions take away. This truth is especially important to remember as you consider the unprecedented effects the pandemic has on our lives, our health and the economy. The virus … Continue reading Fear In The Age of COVID-19
When you ask someone, “How’s it going?” Most people say “okay, getting by, managing alright.” It seems as though for most of us, there is so much to juggle that we hardly have time to think about developing a career and life experience that would have us shouting out an answer such as, “spectacular, outstanding, … Continue reading How to Jumpstart Change
Have you ever tried to make a big change that you really want, but can’t seem to sustain the smaller changes in choice and action needed? Sounds frustrating. How does a bird learn to fly? How do we learn to fly? To take off in flight towards our goals? To say it more practically, how … Continue reading Learning to Fly is the Hardest Thing.
Awareness is a powerful tool. Open up. Access more.
The status quo, as it applies to our lives, is the result of our habits. Challenging the status quo is challenging our habitual way of seeing and doing.
Having more in our lives is about choosing more.
Choosing more leads us to evaluate what actions it will take to realize our goals. It helps us look more clearly at what we want and decide what is worth our effort and what is not. It is a beautifully orchestrated system.
Failure is such a taboo word in our culture. But when we’re making changes in our lives, we're certain to fail as we try different strategies. The good news is every failure is a reason to celebrate! Why? Because it gives you a direct experience of what doesn’t work. It’s an excellent way to get clarity.