What happens when you put thousands of sweaty people from all walks of life, countries, age groups, socioeconomic levels and perspectives together in one place? You see some stuff.
While most people are prepared to go about their business as usual, for most of us, every time we hear the expression our minds turn to dark things. So this Friday the 13th I’m trying to turn the tables.
Of all the sage wisdom, government recommendations, expert advice and common sense lessons there was one thing I learned that stuck out beyond the rest.
Who you are defines your story. Who you are, the things that make you the unique person that you are, colors the way you interact with the world, the way you see and perceive every facet of life.
This week I am excited to introduce a concept that we’ll be talking about for the next few weeks. It’s not a new idea, it’s not even my idea...
People will try to tell you that overthinking is bad for you, and leads to worry and is a useless exercise which wastes your valuable mental power… And that’s probably true. But ruminating and in-depth processing are also amazing strengths if you just give your brain a little direction.
In this time of curated feeds and personal branding and Facetune and perpetual self-promotion, being genuine and living what we're posting is a value heading toward the endangered species list.
In my career and community I talk with tons of people about how they want their lives to be. The thing I hear most often is “I need to exercise more”.
It’s because of the lost mums and sick mums, angry mums and absent mums that I want to share the goodness of mine.
If, perchance, you too have a potentially skewed perspective of value, and it maybe has kept you from enjoying something in your life, welcome to the club.