I posted something to social media recently that resonated with a few followers so I thought it might be a great idea to discuss in further detail this week. I always find it interesting that often times when change is upon us, we become very cognizant of all the outside factors that could potentially hold us back from achieving success, but very rarely do we look inward at the things we can control and allow to get in the way. Essentially, all the nonsense we’ve accumulated
I had the opportunity to escape the city yesterday and take in the beauty that is Mother Nature on an incredible hike. In a city like New York where the hustle is endless and everyone is infinitely on the go, that’s not always an easy thing to do. But thanks to a couple friends and a small plan, we made it happen. While away I had the great opportunity to simply be and it was pure magic. Often times I think we forget, because the world around us is so busy, that rest and/or d
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
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 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
I initially brainstormed around several different topics that I wanted to discuss this week but after a recent conversation with my mom there’s one fundamental element that I can’t seem to shake and that is one of gratitude. With all this talk about change and cultivating the life you want we often get distracted from all that we currently have and the foundations that allow us to propel forward in the ways which we possibly could never imagine. The idea of being grateful for