To outside observers, greatness might seem easy. The tendancy to believe the myth of natural talent totally discounts the importance of discipline.
The Law of the First Step is what launches our creativity and innovative ideas into results and meaning in our lives and work.
Justin Kanoya shares a story about a home improvement project that opened his eyes and the eyes of his 12-year old daughter. Representation matters.
It’s never easy to accept criticism. But we all face it from time to time. Will we run away and ignore it, or learn from it and better ourselves?
There is often a great distance between what is and what we think “should” be. Letting go of should and focused our attention elsewhere could be empowering.
Different perspectives are out there! We just have to be bold enough to seek the counter argument. Artistic expressions can be a great way to do that.
As we begin a new year, many of us are looking to cleanse our living spaces. What should we do when we come up against an emotional tie to our clutter?
Many of us believe that anything is possible for others, but have a terrible time seeing potential in ourselves. What if this year you took a gamble on you? Here’s how.
When we get into “survival mode,” everyone around us is affected. This paradoxical antidote will help us and our community if we dare to try it.
This season reminds us that we need a little courage now.
Zach Morgan recognizes that people rarely take time to discuss how experience is developed. He shares how experience is actively built.
Alex Honnold has made a career of taking risks without a rope. Who better to look to when we’re considering risks in our own professional lives?