Because we can do more than ever before, we’ve convinced ourselves that we should be doing more than ever before.
The key is to understand “why” you’re giving up. It can’t simply be because it’s hard.
I encourage my clients to spend five minutes at the end of every day to reflect on their day with a simple question.
Humans weren’t designed to face their challenges alone. We are wired to build communities to work together toward a common goal.
We can’t deal with a year’s worth of adversity all at once. That’s why we need to ask ourselves one simple question every day.
Accept the fact that failure is a necessary part of your life, and you no longer fear it quite the same way.
We’ve all met the person who does an amazing job listening to our story but then forgets the conversation the next time we see them.
Most busy professionals (myself included) struggle with keeping their mouths shut. We allow someone to get about halfway through their thought before we formulate our response and wait impatiently for them to finish.
As a father, boss and corporate advisor, starting every conversation with a blank slate is extremely difficult for me.
Embracing what is different is a jarring idea, especially when you’re considering your family and closest friends.