Always assume positive intent when communicating with others in this vast and wonderous world we live in.
Sometimes, the biggest impact comes from paying with patience.
In which I lay out a framework for addressing pain and our own suffering in our day to day.
I explore hidden words and phrases we use often when we communicate, and how these may contribute to negative self talk.
When having a tough day or moment, remember this; Not everyone got to wake up this morning. You were chosen to wake up, today. Make the most of it.
“Building a habit takes repetition” is what they say. It’s true! Some people say it takes 21 days to cement a habit. Naturally, building a habit in this way leads to building a “streak” of repeated action, done consistently at the desired cadence (daily, weekly, etc). What happens when the streak breaks? Leo Babauta of […]
My office is in a converted loft in our home. I have the entire roof area as a workspace, which helps with focus and separating my working time from family and personal time. My loft office (“lofftice”) gets really warm on most days, and particularly warm during the Summer months. Thus begins the deep scientific […]
I use a “no surprises” approach to life, work, change management, and decision making. Read on to apply this to your own day to day.
“It’s always easier to swim with the river’s current than against it.” This quote, and others like it, are likely quite common and known to most of us. The sentiment behind this quote is one of collaboration, working together, and embracing change or difference, rather than resisting it. A similar concept which has come up […]
It always seems impossible until its done Nelson Mandela When reflecting on my day, I find often recurring themes or recurring lessons and advice. The reflection is often clearest when the same themes show up in various spheres of life. The latest such theme is that a task or project seems complicated not purely by […]