For many people, the end of the year is a time to reflect back on the last twelve months and make resolutions for the …
I’m not used to failing to achieve goals I set out for myself, and I was really upset until I looked back at the past year.
The season of giving is upon us! Whether you’re considering giving away some of your money, some of your time, or even something else, …
Any time I want to, I can see exactly how many calories I eat, how many I burn, how far I walk, how well I sleep, and how many flights of stairs I, uh… pass on the way to the elevator. So why am I in worse shape than I was before I bought the stupid thing?
With my history of settling for jobs to pay the bills, I had bought into a mindset that following your dreams was impossible. It didn’t happen all at once either. Because I am the type of person to fully commit to what I am doing, I slowly formed underlying beliefs that following my passions was a fool’s errand.
It’s never too late to reinvent yourself and start over.
Here’s the problem… We all have limited time available to pursue these important aspects of life. We’re stretched thin trying to do it all. In order to truly be successful we have to 1) Make priorities and 2) Figure out how to manage them.