Why burden yourself with a load of anxiety caused by procrastination when you could clear your roadblocks by doing now what needs to be done?
We often view the world through a perspective formed in our insecurities. When that perspective shifts, our world may change in profound ways.
When was the last time you said to someone, “I like you”? The power in these three words may astound you.
The challenges and trials of life will never be greater than the sum total of our joy if we take the time to find the joy that surrounds us.
Saying yes with a cheerful heart is a good, energizing thing, but when the cheer is missing and the dread in your heart is weighing you down it may be that the best gift you can give is the gift of no.
We are meant to experience all emotions, the good, the bad, the sometimes ugly. Only when we allow ourselves to feel them can we let them go.
By clearing out the clutter in our lives, it may be that we will make room for something better and discover that “Less is more.” (Ludwig Mies van der Rohe)
Mistakes are what we sometimes do, they are never what we are.
In a world in constant motion, when life offers you a chance to be still accept it as the gift it is and welcome the wisdom it brings.
The difference between being bored and entertained often lies in how we choose to experience and engage in the moments life offers us.