I’ve found myself discussing the concept of responsibility a lot in conversation over the past few days/ weeks so I thought it might be something interesting to bring to light this week.
What does the word responsibility mean to you?
By definition it means the state or fact of having a duty to deal with something or of having control over someone. I think this is the general definition that comes to mind for many of us. Having to take care of something or someone. We learn
I recently came across a quote that read “you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”- Jim Rohn Without thinking about it too much, who are those five people in your life? And when you think about them are they who you would most like yourself to reflect. You know that old saying you are the company you keep? Well, it’s true and this is what I would like to focus on this week. We’ve had some time to reflect on the idea of concept and if we now can fu
So how did it go last week? Were you able to put to rest some of those long lived fears and take a more positive approach toward your life? Hopefully so. I know it will take some time and practice to create a seamless flow around this but the good news is, as we have discussed before, you will get there. Therefore, this week instead of integrating a new idea or actionable step into your routine I would rather take the time to reflect and build upon and idea discussed several
I know the overall foundation of the work I talk about and live by rests on the idea of change and although I think it is something we all encounter it’s not always something that we are excited for or free to accept as a part of the journey to move forward. Honestly speaking change is scary. It’s cause to break out of our normal routine and requires risk. Something a lot of us aren’t willing to give into. But how do we expect things to ever be different if we aren’t willing