Here’s where I share thoughts on the work of moving toward our biggest lives and baddest selves.
Our memories are also prone to our fully human imperfection.
Those who believe that, and those who see a far greater complexity.
Certainty is comfy… and misleading. Curiosity is the antidote and the way forward.
Is what you’re believing helping you heal or deepening your wounds?
The great philosopher George Carlin was talking about so much more than driving habits when he said those who go slower than us are idiots and those who go faster are maniacs. Where are you seeing idiots and maniacs?
During a moment of despondency, I turned to one book in particular to remind me of my orientation toward bigger and badder – and more connected.
Would it even be advantageous if we could lop off bits of our identities when we walk into our workplaces?
That discomfort comes bundled with change doesn’t change that smiles – even laughter – can be there, too.
If gremlins are the “friends” who tell you that your face would be so pretty if only… then your wiser inner voices are the friends who say, “You should absolutely go for that job! Now, let’s practice your interview skills, polish your resume, and find you an empowering outfit.”
There’s a fear that when a relationship ends, we’ll erase all that was good about it before – or that if we revisit our history with honesty, we’ll have release our pride in place and self. We, our relationships, and our world, are so much more complex than that.