It’s critical, and extremely difficult, to keep things in perspective.
The first person you call/text/email tells a lot about who’s important to you.
Remember – no decision/career/life is perfect (no matter what they say on Facebook/LinkedIn).
I’m reminded each day that the most important things in life can’t always be measured.
Every “yes” to one thing was a clear “no” to something else.
The story we tell ourselves often leaves out some important truths.
Why do anything leisurely when you can speed up and get twice as much accomplished?
What is the key to living in the moment? It’s simple. And takes lots and lots of practice.
However, living in the moment is impossible if you check your phone after a 3-second lull in the conversation.
Maintaining joy when someone has once again achieved a lofty career recognition, bought a lake house, or dropped their kid off at Harvard.