You can be more effective in crisis mode and more in control by knowing what your “north star” is for life after the crisis is past.
Identity creep happens in life’s gray areas, in the little conflicts when you have to choose between what’s right and what’s easy. Here are four guiding tips.
Lifestyle creep can be a huge gamble, and it’s driven by many factors. But you can control it through intentional decisions driven by your core values.
Pay attention to the inspirational memes and posts that come through your social media this month. The stories that get told and retold are the ones about success. Often, unusual successes. Stories like these: Julia Child didn’t start her culinary career until she was in her 50s. Alan Rickman didn’t Read more…
This is the book launch for a new collection of poetry and photography. It’s also the coming-out party for my new publishing imprint, Gray Bear Publications.
Change is inevitable. Fear of change is not. Being aware of your tendencies and expanding your perspective can help you face and get through change.
Tough things happen. Here are three tips for overcoming disappointment and getting back on track when something threatens to derail you or your progress.
Before clicking “publish” on last week’s blog post about roles and responsibilities, I had to delete one of the three examples I’d written to support my main premise. It was like an hour’s work, with cited links and amusing quotes. It was based on an insight I’d had years ago Read more…
In a society focused on the worship of MORE, the reward for climbing one rung on the ladder of success is to be able to reach the next rung. When is it ENOUGH?