Stepping into new roles with no experience is scary. One switch I made after 20 years taught me that reinvention was possible and exciting!
In this blog post, I explore how goals might actually distract you from success and where you should place your focus instead. I apply this to relationships, careers, education, and sports.
Failing is a part of learning, however, we often hesitate to do it. We fear failing big and minimize the effort so any pending failure is minimized as well. In this blog post, I discuss a personal experience where I learned the power of making mistakes like I meant to and how it lead to spectacular results.
#3 in my New Years Resolution to experience new things was a visit to Lafayette Square in St. Louis, MO. I attended an event with friends at an awesome coffee shop, Rue Lafayette, and was treated to a wonderful night of food, drinks, and excellent conversation.
I have been playing soccer since I was 13 years old and absolutely LOVE playing the game. I play on a local team and game day is what I look most forward to each week. This past spring, just two games into the season, I dislocated my hip on my kicking leg (right) while practicing. It hurt. A […]