One of the great joys of my Year By The Water was having the time and space to notice the “nudges” – those intuitive urges to “turn here, do this.” Every time I honored the “voice that doesn’t use words,” as Rumi calls it …. magic unfolded. I met aligned people and experienced rewarding adventures I wouldn’t have discovered otherwise…. Read more →
When I worked in the tennis industry on Hilton Head Island, SC early in my career, I met many unhappy rich people. I learned that money is not the Holy Grail. Money is welcome of course, but as Chris Rock points out, to give us OPTIONS, not to guarantee we’ll love our life. What makes us happy is to DO… Read more →
A friend just shared on Facebook that her plane was cancelled and the next one is overbooked so she’ll be in the airport for hours. Instead of getting upset or stressed, she relaxed into it and welcomed the opportunity to read and get some work done. She settled into the fact that she’ll get there when she gets there. Smart… Read more →
“The future started yesterday, and we’re already late.” – John Legend This is one of the most important lessons-learned from my travels the past couple of years. So many people talk wistfully of what they’re going to do … someday. They feel they have too many responsibilities to do what they want now, but plan to do that when they… Read more →
George Eliot said, “Its never too late to be what you might have been” 150 years ago … and it’s as true today as when she first said it. When you were young, who did you want to be? What did you want to do? Where did you want to go? It’s only too late if you don’t start now.