This book gave me permission to pursue my own definition of success. Thinking about how we will measure success later in life can change your life today.
Going to university was very expensive. Knowing I would have to pay back the huge loans drove and empowered me to pursue any and all learning interests. Sometimes against the advice of university counselors and mentors.
Since I was young, I was obsessed with learning how people succeed over and over again. As an adult I studied the science and psychology success. In my research, I found 4 building blocks that created a foundation for successfully reinventing myself multiple times.
For years I created and delivered content on stages and classrooms. When the pandemic started, I had to reinvent that into digital content.
Small decisions, minor changes, little tweaks. These may just be powerful enough to change our lives. If you want to change your life, you have to consider doing one thing differently today. You may be one decision away from breakthrough and success. Do not miss this opportunity.
Kids are awesome, even when they don’t seem to be. There is absolutely nothing wrong with them. What we do and say to them are the only things that can ruin that perfection. Alternatively, what we do and say to them can also make them even better.
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.
I’ve learned something over and over again. It seems no matter how much I plan for success, it never quite happens how I planned. In fact, my success turns out better than I planned. To be honest, some things went according to plan, however, with reflection I realized that I never planned things quite as […]
Mistakes are often avoided for fear of failure and other undesirable consequences. However, mistakes are the feedback by which we learn how to improve our techniques and approaches. Mistakes are the building blocks to success and avoiding them directly affects your chances of greater success.
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.