You spend a lot of effort eliminating distractions and staying laser-focused on your target. But then there are those times, you get that niggling feeling it is time to move off the trajectory you’re on. It has gotten comfortable, yes.
“I always did something I was a little not ready to do. I think that’s how you grow. When there’s that moment of ‘Wow, I’m not really sure I can do this,’ and you push through those
Little did I know that when I started my gratitude experiment last January, that it is the thing that would save me this year. I started a daily gratitude practice to lift my spirits after my mother passed. I had
If you wait for perfect conditions, you’ll never get anything done. So, what are you getting done?
“Yes, Drill Sergeant! One!” How did I wind up on hands and knees in boots, fatigues, and helmet, pushing away the Kentucky dirt? “Two.” I blame it on Elaine, my college classmate. If she hadn’t invited me (or did I invite myself?) to hear the ROTC lunch pitch, would I ever have imagined that crawling through mud would be the start of a very
Have you ever had a big decision to make? How did you go about it? At some point did you make a list of pros and cons, or some other logical analysis, that tipped you towards the answer the numbers pointed to?
“Instead of worrying about what you cannot control, shift your energy to what you can create.” Roy T. Bennett
Yea, this pandemic disruption is starting to suck. Two months I could hunker down and get through. Three months OK. Four months? Five? The rest of the year? Into the next? With each day breaking the record cases of the one before, this massive disruption is here to stay for...
That’s a theme I’ve heard frequently these last few months. I have asked that same question myself. The Uncertainty. The Overwhelm. The Disruption. Finally... after a few months of stay-at-home, you’re finally feeling like things are back on some sort of schedule. Then…
Authentic and Genuine. That is what I will miss. When/if things ever go back to what we used to think was “normal” just a few months ago, back when Corona was only a beer.