When success is defined as perfectionism, it’s a recipe for failure. When we focus on progress not perfection, we set ourselves up to achieve better things.
We put lots of expectations on summer. We want to rest, enjoy life and have adventures. Those things won’t happen on their own, they require intentionality.
If you’re like Eric Torrence and you suffer from the summer struggle, here are a few suggestions to get you through what he calls the slow-cooker season.
The intentions of people-pleasers may be good, the consequences of their behavior can be hurtful. Here’s how to change those unproductive people-pleasing habits.
Before starting any project, Justin Kanoya always clears his workspace. He makes a case for the importance of Clearing Our Mental Workspace too.
Facebook has connected us in ways that even its creators couldn’t have imagined. But is all of this connection a good thing?
During the long, warm days of summer, it’s tempting to pack our schedules and do “the most.” Maya James makes a case, instead, for being in the moment.
Whether our clutter is in a closet or on a bookshelf, Evaluating Stuff is essential. We must think about what we own, and how it impacts who we’ve been and who we’d like to become.
The inability to live in the moment is troubling and widespread. How do we keep from diverting our focus from the here and now and remain present?
Spreading kindness is typically encouraged because of the effects it has on the recipients. But what if we chose to be kind for a more selfish reason?
Eric Torrence considers this the most expressive era ever. With all the ways available to express yourself, now is the time to focus on refining your voice.
While debunking the myths around daylight saving time, writer Molly Page considers other habits that outlive their usefulness.