The most challenging part of starting over is learning something new. We judge our present ability to do our new job based on our past experience with our old job. We beat ourselves up for missing a step in our new process as quickly and as efficiently as we did when we audited our old … More Embrace the New
This is the thought that I have had multiple times this year as the president of my Toastmasters club. See I have never really served in a leadership role with a title. I have absolutely been a leader in most of my jobs but never with a title. This year has been quite interesting, to … More If God Doesn’t Stop Stretching Me!
Have you ever changed your mind about something and felt like you needed to explain why? Changing your life and/or lifestyle beyond a certain age can feel scary. Add in the need to explain why to those closest to you or even a complete stranger and it might leave most of us feeling anxious. It … More No Explanation Needed
Being consistent is going to the gym on a Tuesday since you missed Monday. Being consistent is choosing to eat your lunch that you planned to eat yesterday rather than ordering out again. Being consistent is continuing to save $20 per week even though you missed the last two Fridays.
…shift your thinking. Ask yourself does it have to be all or nothing? … More All or Something
Stop judging your journey. Stop comparing your journey to others. Most importantly, extend yourself some grace. The 2011 version of you did not have the wisdom, experience, or knowledge that the 2021 version of you had. … More Don’t Quit
Maybe we spend too much time comparing the details of the pain rather than the pain itself. One person’s pain is not greater or less than because it’s not talked about as much… … More Will You Choose Empathy?
… because it’s easier to share an opinion about someone else’s situation than it is for us to share how something made us feel with the people who we are in relationship with. … More Are You Flawed AND In Need of Grace?
People begin second careers all the time so what are we afraid of? Is it starting something new? Is it that you are afraid to choose the wrong thing, again? … More Starting Over: The Dilemma
What he meant by that was that he wanted his team to give it their all every time. He didn’t want them to wait and reserve their energy for another quarter or the next game. He didn’t want them to worry about who was or was not in the stands. Most importantly he didn’t want them to get caught up in the mistakes that they made during the game. … More Leave It All on the Field