You have the dream. You have the skills. You have access to the capital. You don’t act. You sit back and watch others live their dreams out. What? Back up. You have what it takes, yet you don’t take actions to get it done. Why? You can’t explain it. Well, you can, but it won’t make sense so you keep it to yourself as you continue to let your dreams slip. Eventually, you blame others. You become resentful of your failed non-attempts, then you fall into complacency. Then suddenly, one day you realize you can actually do what you wanted to do all along. Now where was that plan you wrote out? Where did you hide that notebook of contacts? You’re ready this time. “Watch me!” you say to yourself. Now you’ve awakened the beast within. Continue reading Self-sabotage
I’m damaged. So are you. Don’t front. We have all been that dented can of peaches on the grocery store shelf. We remain on that shelf as customers walk up, look at our dent, and choose the next can that looks better. One day, we leave the shelf in one of two ways. Continue reading You are flawed, but that’s perfect!
Have you ever had a lie you tried to live out? Of course you did. We all lie at times. As we get older, we tend to lie less because we’ve learned of consequences (or at least we should). Lying causes all kinds of life disruptions mainly because you have to remember the lie, who you told it to, and why. Continue reading Living Your Truth