Author Jim Collins said, “If you have more than three priorities in your life you have none.”
That really hit me this morning. Three seems like a low number. When I think about that list for me it would be my kids, growing my mind and walking daily. But we also have to balance projects, pay bills, care for family or friends in need, do chores, cook meals and interact in society. The list can be endless. How can we only have three priorities? Continue reading
I was listening to a webinar by author Benjamin Hardy this week and he made an interesting point. All the growth and creativity happens when you rest.
If you are trying to build muscle, you work hard at lifting weights but the muscles get bigger during the recovery period. Continue reading
It’s graduation season. So many stories of proud parents celebrating their children finishing their elementary or high school journey. So much possibility.
But as actor and comedian Carol Burnett said, “We don’t stop going to school when we graduate.” We must be lifelong learners. Curious question-askers. Readers. People who connect the dots from different angles to form creative solutions. Continue reading
Nikola Tesla, inventor of the AC electrical system, said, “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” High-frequency people are positive game-changers who believe anything is possible. Low-frequency people complain about life, put others down and see the walls that block possibilities rather than the doors that open into opportunity. Continue reading