I was always drawn to drawing and painting but was never good at it. Or at least that is what I told myself for years.
Hey, what about that turn signal? I was driving to an early appointment the other day. I’m in the middle left lane of a 4-lane road. A big white SUV is in the far-left lane just ahead of me. No
There really is a light at the end of this long dark tunnel we have been in since last March (2020). Covid-19 vaccines are rolling out (my 2nd shot scheduled for the end of the month! yeah!) and soon we
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.
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?
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?
Have you ever held a finely woven piece of silk in your hands? It is soft, fluid, with a natural luster that reflects the light in color-shifting ways. Delicate, and strong. One of the most precious fabrics in the world.
“The most personal is the most creative.” –Boon Joon Ho, acceptance speech for Best Director, 2020 Academy Awards, referencing advice he was given by Martin Scorsese Wow! This insight blows my mind. My first reaction was that focusing on ‘what’s most personal’ is so limiting—I only have a finite set of experiences. I