Why can't you stick with just one thing?" We may have been asked this question. We may have said it to ourselves. Fact is, maybe those multiple streams of projects are telling you something about your true work, your purpose.
Maybe you are a synthesizer.
"We are drowning in information while starving for wisdom. The world will be run by synthesizers ~ those who can put together different information and weave it together to offer solutions for s...
Because, for the most part, I’ve been still and inward.
It was time. Time for diving deep into a Soul-searching journey.
Time to give myself space for reflection, assessment and clarifying what my life is truly calling for … a time to let go of old definitions and set free new answers.
Essentially, I paused to give myself the time to experience exactly what I’ve guided thousands to d...
t's the engine that inspires, motivates, and fuels your passions. It's the foundation of meaningful success.
And, it's what creates the kind of momentum in your life, career, and business that will inspire you to be more innovative, experience more happiness, and find even greater joy every step along the way.
It's your true calling. Finding it is one thing.
But, staying true to it is another.
As an emerging author, I once met Ray Bradbury. It was at a public talk in a library.
More than once I've thought back to that moment of meeting him ~ remembering his humor, humility, insight, and brilliance. Most of all, I remember how, in a very short span of time together, he awakened my creativity and belief in myself as a writer!
Thank you, Ray Bradbury for nurturing what has become my great love affair with creativity! In his words: "Love....
The truth is when she asked me to participate, I was a bit reluctant to say yes. For me, I wanted to put the experience behind me, not talk about it or, worst yet, dredge up old feelings and fears. But, saying yes to Morgan Toombs and agreeing to take part in her uplifting program that speaks to anyone who has experienced a diagnosis of cancer or works with those who have was one of the best decisions!
For a lot of years I've immersed myself in the study of the Japanese spiritual practices - the arts, the traditions, and especially the celebration of nature. I find it fascinating that the Japanese term Shinrin-yoku (森林浴) means 'forest bathing'. Not the kind of bathing that has you relaxed in a hot tub in the middle of trees (although as I write this that sounds pretty nice!) But, rather, investing t...
This post is inspired by a WONDERFUL email I received from Rita Rivera Fox. In it she suggests making an ABUNDANCE LIST .. an intention statement of ways you will recognize AND participate in creating more abundance in your life. LOVED the brilliant inspiration that came from this exercise, Rita! THANK YOU!!!!
So, who wants to play with this?
I'll get us started. Then, please add to the list ...
an abundance of loving friends
an abundance of laug...