I recently read a quote that stated, “Discipline is choosing between what you want now and what you want most.” I found this really interesting for a few reasons. First, it reminds me of the marshmallow experiment conducted by Stanford back in 1972, where they gave children aged three to six years old a singleContinue reading What Drives Your Decisions?
Yesterday, I came across a quote that struck me in a particular way and stopped me in my tracks. “Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth.” Many people attribute this quote to Marcus Aurelius, Roman emperor and Stoic philosopher who was one of theContinue reading Don’t Feed Your Negativity
Today let’s take a moment to consider ourselves and our own well-being. We work hard at the office, at home, with family, with friends, and basically exhaust ourselves on a regular basis. And that is ok, it’s even good, so long as we remember to take care of ourselves as well. We’ve all become prettyContinue reading Invest in Yourself
You know those times when you have such a brilliant insight or you see things in a new way or your mind is expanded to a new way of thought? Those moments are impactful, inspiring, and intellectually stimulating. We marvel at how wonderful it feels to learn something new, like a light has just beenContinue reading From Haha to Aha
Today let’s explore what we focus on, who we focus on, and how our focus determines our degree of happiness and resilience. We live in a world that thrives, or more accurately subsists, on comparison, competition, and seeking attention. It’s rampant on social media, in the workplace, and even in the White House. The wholeContinue reading Find Your Focus