Lately, it has been occurring to me more and more that the step counter on my wrist is a mirror for life. Here's why-
We often think we know what the problem or challenge is that we want to find a solution to. However, the reality is that, whilst we may be right, we may also be wrong. There is always a different way to view a challenge. A different perspective can, and often does, lead to a different solution.
Uncertainty-reducing behavior is omnipresent, yet not many people exhibit the “right” kind of behavior.
Published 10 days ago
♫Purpose it’s that little thing that lights a fire under your a…♫ well, you get the gist. I’ve been mowing over topics to give myself a good introduction, but nothing seems to come to mind. I was cleaning my apartment, bummed out and about to give up on writing, and then it hit me! Well, more like I hit IT. A flash drive that I had been looking for that must have fallen under the couch, reappeared when I hit my toe while sweeping.
It's easy to look at someone who's done what you want to do — someone already successful —and think they must have talent, money, opportunity, luck, or some kind of crazy connection that normal people like us just don't have access to.
Last year I read about this thing that James Altucher does. He has a habit of writing down 10 ideas a day. I decided to give it a try and it changed my life. It's been about a year and I feel like I've leveled up in a way that doesn't happen very often.
Purpose. When we think of that word, what do we think? In the dictionary, purpose is defined as “the reason for which something is done or created or for which something exists.” But there is so much more to that statement. For centuries, we as human race have always wondered what it all means. Why are we here? Is there a reason for our creation? It is something that has kept men and women awake at night wondering what it all could mean.
There are many things about my adolescent years that I’d like to forget, like wearing the brands Tapout and Ed Hardy and using the word “sicknasty” unironically. The isolation I often felt in the hallways of my high school is another one of those things.
What a long but short eight months this has been with my hair. If that makes any sense... My hair was my security blanket and without it I struggled big time!
Once upon a time, a mother bird had hatched six heavenly younglings.