You know the song "Life is a Highway" and the inspirational words "life is about the journey not the destination." I'm going to throw another travel metaphor at you: A detour is not a stop sign. Imagine you're on a road trip that you're really excited about. A few hours into your drive, you see … Continue reading A Detour Is Not a Stop Sign!
Have you seen the Bohemian Rhapsody movie yet? If not, I highly recommend seeing it, especially while it's still in theaters so you can get the big screen and full sound of the music. Writing about a "rockumentary" of Queen and Freddie Mercury might seem off topic for my blog about personal and professional development. … Continue reading Two Takeaways from Bohemian Rhapsody
If this is the first time you've visited my blog, welcome! And let me catch you up. I LOVE the topic of saying yes to life. (If you haven't already, please check out my other saying yes related posts such as Say Yes and If Not Now, When?) I also happen to have loved the show Scandal. So, … Continue reading Year of Yes
I was scrolling through the Instagram feed last night when I read a post that said basically if you feel unworthy, you will never succeed. Ponder that point. If we are presented with the most amazing opportunity, but we don't feel like we deserve it or are good enough for it, how can we possibly … Continue reading I’m Unworthy
You Are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life. Yep, that pretty much sums up the book. Ok, not really. But it does set the tone for this awesomely inspiring book by Jen Sincero. It's inspiring because she doesn't write, "Hey, I found the key to being successful. … Continue reading Learning to be a Badass
Writing a bit of a "throw back Thursday" post today. Sort of. You see, I first read Bethenny Frankel's book, A Place of Yes: 10 Rules for Getting Everything You Want Out of Life, when it was published in 2011. But lately, I've been thinking a lot about and writing about saying yes to life, … Continue reading A Refresher on Coming From a Place of Yes
Do you feel fulfilled by your current job? If not, it could be that you are lacking a sense of purpose in the work you're doing. This is not to say that the work you're doing is not important to the company, but maybe it doesn't feel important to you. Oprah Winfrey said, "Do what … Continue reading When Your Job’s Purpose is not Your Purpose