A line from Neil Gaiman’s MasterClass helped me realize that only in failure can we learn what success fails to teach us. The perspective from reaching the finish line of a failed race is quite different and valuable to learning and growing.
Since 2010, I have captured highlights from Kindle books I’ve read. I’ve never gone back to review them until recently. I discovered these highlights are worth significantly more to me today than they were back then and in this post I share why.
I used to think that being a great writer leads to becoming a best selling author. Then I realized that there are many skills necessary to be a best selling author. Writing is only one of them.
Reflecting on 15 years of reinvention, I discovered that specific moments of my life required certain teachers. Here I share how I find them, learn from them, and who I’m learning from in the current chapter of my life.
There were several moments in my life where a limiting belief would stop me from trying something new and possibly growing. The limiting belief didn’t always show up, but it was never too far.
Mindfulness practices can take many forms. One of the most sacred rituals in my daily life is making pour over coffee every morning. Read why I do this every single day.
My speaking journey started with shaking knees, sweaty palms, and a dry throat. Thanks to a kind mentor, I learned one of the most important lessons about speaking in my career.
It’s so easy to tolerate things we don’t like and simply move on. Sometimes we don’t even notice the things we tolerate. What are we missing out on when we tolerate? I did something about it and learned that we get the life we tolerate.
Just when you think you know all there is to know, it turns out there is so much more to discover and learn. Last year, I discovered the artisan world of champagne and there’s no turning back.
One of the most important lessons I’ve learned along the reinvention journey is that you never know who is holding the keys to the next breakthrough in your life.