Awards are a dime a dozen, but acknowledgment can mean all the difference in the world. Don’t wait for acknowledgment, shout it out. Don’t be afraid to tell people what you’ve done.
You can take a fork or ignore a fork, you have to choose a side. There’s almost always a better way, and you need to be able to admit this fact of life to yourself if you want to experience growth.
Keeping our perspective when ballistic missile warnings are wrong and German Shepherd hair can foil a robot. Sure, technology can do a great many things, but are we stopping often enough to consider its limits?
Time is a priority, not a resource. You can no more negotiate with it than you can with a hurricane. But you can get out of the way of the storm. Many people view time as some sort of enemy or competitor. This might change a few perspectives.
Why spending time examining who you really are and what your calling is can ruin your life. Introspection ought to be a good thing, right? Not so much. I explain why in this episode of The Uncomfortable Truth.
How a crustacean can demonstrate positive traits for all of us by being vulnerable. Lobsters are not just for the seafood enthusiast. Pay attention, as they can provide valuable lessons that you need to be in tune with – for business and for life.
Wherein government might be improved if those making the laws were subject to the consequences of those laws. Remember the recent government shutdown? It means absolutely nothing when the people shutting it down don’t face any consequences for doing so, we need our lawmakers to be more accountable.
How suffering has become the proof of existence and why we all need to reflect back on Descartes. Why do so many people feel like they’re not truly living until they’re suffering and exhibiting it out to the world?
How to break out of the martyr role and demand support from those around you. You have to treat yourself well and adopt a healthy selfishness. Whether it’s coming from family or clients, don’t sit through a lifetime of bad feedback or default to sacrifice.
How do we deal with cardinal sins and venial sins? Do we take all accusations seriously? There are people today, and you can’t make this up, who want to ban Gone with the Wind. They feel as though the movie and the book portray stereotypical and horrible racial traits. But, a lot of art portrays what was actually the case at the time. Instead of banning things, shouldn’t we be aware of what the worst of us once was?