Is it possible that the key to happiness is to selflessly help those in need of a little kindness?
Over the years, I’ve tried everything to avoid feeling that frantic panic that comes from being out of control.
Some days will be great. Other days you’ll wonder if you chose the right career, did a good job as a parent, or should have moved to Colorado after college.
Unfortunately, all meaningful growth comes from failure, uncertainty, and heartache.
However, if success is ever going to bring you satisfaction, it must be linked to what drives you – not what the world insists is important.
We think that happiness will eventually come after a jammed resume, a bunch of recognition, and a high salary. The problem is, we never arrive. We just teach ourselves to crave more.
The truth is that you have time for anything you choose.
This week, I’ve challenged myself to slow down a bit and get comfortable with doing less.
“If you’re channeling your outrage via social media, you’re only making the situation worse.” – Anonymous
What would I do differently (personally and professionally) if no one noticed or cared?