I've been contemplating the problem with strength. Yes, the problem with strength. Seems silly doesn't it? How can strength be a problem? How can an asset be issue? Simply put, strength draws and strength reveals. When strong people are bold in their strength, it can rub "weaker" people the wrong way. It can be perceived… Continue reading The Strength Problem: Mountains Don’t Bow
Whatever it is that you need to do today…you can. Job interview…you can nail it. Tough, overdue conversation with a friend or loved one…you can get through it. Going to a job you don’t necessarily like…you can make it through one more day. Dealing with your issues…you CAN face them. You are bigger than they… Continue reading You Can…
Remedy #3 – Focus and Resilience So, last week I wrote all my to-do’s, expectations and intentions down on paper. I was ready to attack the week head-on and move past inhibitions and distractions. And then…the garage. I heard a noise coming from the garage. Sounded kind of like a sprinkler. And it was. Some… Continue reading Moving Past Your Inhibitions – Part 3
How do you move past inhibitions? One of the reasons this blog has been a huge step for me is that I’m naturally averse to all manner of social media. Yes, I have social media accounts. No, I do not post anything. Not words, not pictures. I will, on occasion, share the work of a… Continue reading Moving Past Your Inhibitions – Part 1
Who said you need permission to be a writer? A world traveler? A dreamer of ridiculously huge dreams? Who said you are defined or limited by what others have achieved and how they achieved it? Who said you can't forge your own path? If God has placed a gift or talent in you, why do… Continue reading Who Said?
Today we'll look at another reason for self-sabotage - fear. Fear is great at disguising itself. Most often fear is portrayed in the movies with screaming, shaking and running away. Fear manifests itself with tremors and ghostly moans and blah, blah blah. And when we don’t see this behavior in ourselves, we assume ourselves to… Continue reading Doing What Works For You – Part 3
The Law of Forward Motion. In short, when I stop moving my behind in the direction of progress, it's ten times harder to start again than if I would have just kept going. The actual law reads a bit differently, but you get my point. And I've been down this road before, so why… Continue reading Forward Motion