Tag: regret

The Past Is Dead

Most of us face incredible challenges in our lives. Difficult people. Ruthless competition. Time constraints. But so many of us succumb to an imaginary and impotent demon that strangles our potential and restricts our progress. This fictitious monster is called simply … the past. While the past can be a great teacher, it can also shackle […]

Read More

Flip The Fear

Abraham Lincoln worried constantly.  Steve Jobs was paranoid, sometime even delusional.  Jackson Pollack suffered intense anxiety. We often think the most accomplished people are fearless; possessing the courage of a Greek God.  Therefore, since you and I are afraid from time to time, we must be inferior beings, destined to a shallow and mediocre existence. […]

Read More

Be the Change You Want

How many times have you complained about your boss?  Bemoaned the circumstances that are holding you back?  Attributed your setbacks to others or external forces? The problem with finger-pointing is that it’s completely unproductive.  We all have a finite amount of time, energy, and resources at our disposal.  Every ounce that you deploy blaming others […]

Read More

What’s Your Calling?

As the waiter told us about the specials this past Saturday night, he didn’t simply drone on with emotionless facts. Instead, with the animation and passion of an opera singer, he told us about the Kobe beef “experience” and the incredible “intensity” of their dry aged steaks.  This guy was doing much more than his job.  […]

Read More

The Past is Dead

We all face incredible challenges in our lives. Difficult people. Ruthless competition. Time constraints. But so many of us succumb to an imaginary and impotent demon that strangles our potential and restricts our progress. This fictitious monster is called simply … the past.

Read More