A letter from my 80 year old self

The best motivation comes from one person: yourself Last year during my mini-retirement, I picked up a copy of The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron. The Artist’s Way is a 12 week program mainly intended for artists to re-harness their creativity. Even though I am not an “artist” in the traditional sense, the actual program and exercises… Continue reading A letter from my 80 year old self

Byron Katie – Loving What Is Book Review

Book Review, Summary, Highlights, and Quotes from Loving What Is by Byron Katie Loving What Is by Byron Katie was a book that I had heard a lot about for a while, and had sat buried on an Amazon wish list. I didn’t feel that I had a big problem or mental hurdle to tackle, and so… Continue reading Byron Katie – Loving What Is Book Review

Is your life flying by too fast?

If you are anything like me, then yes, life is flying by too fast. And if you are like me, you put your head down and started grinding in your 20s and early 30s. You made plenty of money and achieved great success. You work hard, and you are climbing your personal career ladder. My… Continue reading Is your life flying by too fast?

Celebrating 6 months of blogging

I’ve always wanted to write. Six months ago, I finally acted on it and now my blog is my writing vehicle. My advice to anyone thinking about starting something. Just start. Start today. Don’t look back. Writing helps me to better think and focus. I have also found over the years that I can express… Continue reading Celebrating 6 months of blogging

It’s time to start “requalifying” for your job each year

I was listening to the Tim Ferriss Show awhile back and on this episode, his guest was Harley Finkelstein, the President of Shopify. At some point during the interview, the idea of requalifying for your job each and every year came up. At Shopify, “particularly on the leadership team, [everyone] has to requalify for their… Continue reading It’s time to start “requalifying” for your job each year