Feeling stuck in a rut? Maybe a new opportunity will help you see the world in technicolor.
Procrastination will wiggle its way into your brain and convince you to push everything off, just a little bit. It can’t possibly hurt! Plus, you’ll bend over backward in order to justify it.
When did we demand so much of a single vegetable? Are you the office cauliflower, trying to be everything to everyone, all of the time?
What’s holding you back from getting where you most want to go?
Many of our strengths could be used more strategically and efficiently if we’d just SLOW DOWN.
Working through the conflict is the only way to move the story along. Are you up for the challenge?
Your job is WHAT you do. It is not, however, WHO YOU ARE.
It can feel that way, especially when you consider the hours we spend at work. So, how do you regain your sense of identity when you no longer do what you used to do?
I see you struggling against the tide. You seem to be going backward. Rather than riding the waves in, the sea seems to be pulling you out, feet first.
You can’t make space for what you can become if you’re still holding onto what you’re meant to shed.
It’s OK to not be OK. We don’t always have to pretend everything is fine because we’re worried other people won’t be fine if we admit that we’re not. Sometimes you just need to wallow in the muck for a bit before you get back to the messiness of life.
This is for all of you who turn yourselves upside down to serve others and feel bad saying no.
Call me a quitter, but walking away from what was no longer working for me allowed me to create an entirely new chapter.