You want stuff, you desire stuff, you even need stuff. But for all that wanting and desiring and needing, are you actually getting it all? Perhaps you’re doing it wrong. Here’s what works.
We have knighted reason — and with good cause. It towers above lesser states of being, states like guilt or apathy, grief or fear, anger or pride. It even surpasses some more desirable states like courage, willingness, and acceptance. Yes, being reasonable is a great place to be.
My purpose is to help you discover your purpose, starting with this article and then, who knows? Read on…
At some point in your life a parent or a teacher or an employer probably told you, “You’re not the center of the universe you know.” Yeah, they were wrong.
The days of dog-eat-dog business are wrapping up. Behold the shift toward a new connected built-to-last standard. What will we call it? How will it change things? Will you be a part of it?
We live in a world ruled by laws. There are international laws, federal laws, state laws, county laws, and city laws. On top of that, many of these laws have lots of rules for how they are supposed to be enforced. In other settings, the authority to make law doesn’t exist. So they go straight to the rules.
I’m not saying the common wisdom about affirmations is wrong. Or am I? I guess you will have to read on to find out…
Back in the day I read every book I could get my hands on about leadership. I wanted to see studies and data. I want formulas and strategies. I trusted all these Ph.D.’s and their teams of undergrads and you know what? They let me down.
Feelings. That’s a chick thing, right?
Here is a premise people are afraid to live by: You are responsible for your own feelings.
Have you ever said, “You make me so mad”? No, they didn’t. …
What do you believe? Why do you believe it? What if you didn’t?
There are conflicting voices out there about value. They are in disagreement about how to create it and even what it is. With all this confusion, is value worth pursuing?
“Who is the most busy” is not a race you ought to run. It is a race to the bottom, not the top. How do we get things done without being busy all the time? Read on to find out.
When we find ourselves in need of advice, guidance or even simply information, we commonly seek out familiar confidants. We start with the people we already know and trust. They might be someone we know on a personal level. Or it could be we know them on a professional level or just know of their reputation in a certain area of expertise.
Options certainly sound like freedom. After all, one can now choose between this or that, or this and these many other things. However freedom is not in the possibilities, it is in the choosing. No freedom exists until one chooses. In fact, prior to choosing, one has nothing at all: none of the choices have moved into reality. Incidentally, having no options is actually more free than having many options, because the single option is already the reality.
The marketplace welcomes you with open arms. It is so very tolerant of your flaws and foibles. And if you believe all that, I want to sell you a bridge.