Monthly Archives: March 2017

Personal Growth

The Most Important Action You Can Take For Continued Personal Growth

Success in any area of life does not come from being on auto pilot.

This holds true for relationships, business, mental health, physical health, spiritual well-being, etc.

Life is always in flux and we need to keep up with it.  Every time our circumstances change and we do not we are setting ourselves up for failure. That sounds like catastrophic language but it is true.  There is a simple antidote though and that is to continue learning.  The more we know the more tools we have to craft the life we want. Continue reading

Five Things You Can Do When Change Snowballs

Five Things You Can Do When Change Snowballs

 

Have you ever decided to clean out a closet or a room and you start and all of a sudden it looks way worse than the mess you were trying to remedy?

It happens to me all the time.  Sometimes knowing this makes me even reluctant to start.  Once I do start it can even be a bit daunting.

Then I realized that this happens when I make changes, too. Continue reading

Questions to ask yourself

Questions to Ask Yourself When Contemplating a Major Life Change

 

Sometimes we feel we need to make a change.  How can you tell if you just need to color your hair, try something new, or make a drastic change?

No one can really answer that question but you. Sometimes a small change can garner large results. However, if there is even a remote possibility that you could/should/want/have to make a huge transformation then you should make sure you explore it thoroughly. Continue reading

Give Millenials a break!

It’s Time to Give Millennials a Break (and some credit, too)

 

It’s time to give Millennials a break.

You can’t go a day without reading or hearing what “the problem with millennials” is.  We need to stop that.  Isn’t that just a version of “kids these days”? The same centuries old tired lament? Doesn’t that mean we are just old farts who have passed the buck and we haven’t figured out how to build a bridge with the next generation? And by ‘we’ I mean the Prequels- the Prequels to the Millennials being mainly Baby Boomers and Generation X (and yes, a word I have twisted for my own purposes). Continue reading