I’ve got a bad feeling that there’s already thousands of books in the works rehashing the shitstorm that was 2020.
We want to change, but it never seems to last. As a result, most people assume they’re incapable of making meaningful change in their life.
I find comfort knowing that I’m not the only one who looks up at the heavens and recognizes that there’s a bigger plan.
In an age of abundance, when most of us have more than we need, it’s natural to wonder, “Is this all there is?”
I’d love to tell you that I’ve spent my 49th year on this planet looking forward to this milestone. I haven’t.
You enjoy the benefits of giving when you make giving a central theme of your life – day in and day out.
This year, I have had a lot of emotions, but not many of them would be characterized as “thankful.”
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).