Henry Miller said, “Life, for many of us, is one long postponement.” Are you postponing something you really want to do, something that’s important to you? Why? Many of us wait for perfect circumstances to take action on our dreams, projects and goals. We tell ourselves we’ll do it someday when we have more time, money, confidence, energy – fill… Read more →
Eleanor Roosevelt said, “I think, at a child’s birth, if a mother could ask a fairy godmother to endow it with the most useful gift, that gift would be curiosity.” I think one of the most useful gifts we can give anyone is curiosity. Curiosity means we care. It means we’re attentive, connected, in love with ideas, life and potential…. Read more →
You know what I’ve found? Another way to get started is to stop THINKING and start DOING. It’s easy to over-think things. We go back and forth, “Should I do this or this? Is this better or that?” In the long run this indecisiveness – this quest to have all our ducks in a row before we go – just… Read more →
What is one place you want to experience that you haven’t yet? The Northern Lights? Pyramids in Egypt? Taj Mahal in India? Great Wall in China? Don’t just put it on your list, put it on your calendar. As soon as you do, your dream becomes tangible. You can set aside money, make reservations, arrange for time off. Before you… Read more →
Abraham Lincoln said this more than 150 years ago, “Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be,” and it’s as true today as when he first said it. Even when we are in the midst of daunting circumstances, there is still so much to be happy about and grateful for. Your thoughts?