Ownership is an interesting word that means very different things to different people. By definition it is the act, state, or right of possessing something. This definition carries a lot of weight and honestly speaking can be very scary. Most of the time when we think about ownership we think about large material possessions. Such as a car or a house, boat or company. The “something” in the definition always tends to be something tangible that takes time to achieve by way of
We all for the most part have a sensational appetite for greatness. It’s what drives us to do so many things throughout the course of our life. But what happens when that appetite pushes us too far? When the work no longer serves your purpose and you’ve fallen into that trap of spinning your wheels. You know, when the effort you put out supersedes the return but you seemingly continue with your actions anyway. We’ve all been there. Whether it is work related, or a personal r
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
Are you moving forward? Do you feel the world shifting before your very eyes? Do you notice the difference between your life where you set intention vs. one where you do not? How does it help you to do better? Where do you find that you are struggling? I’m so excited about your progress. Keep making minor adjustments and inspiring those around you to also want to do and be better. I mentioned the idea of accountability in my last post and I’d like to shift this week’s convers