The myth of hard work

There is a rumor going around that success and respect only come from hard work. Unless we’ve shed blood, sweat, and tears, we are not yet worthy. “Work hard, play hard,” as many like to say. I disagree. I strongly believe that there is a difference between hard work and challenging work. Both require effort... Continue Reading →

What really happens when you judge?

Ah, yes. Judging. Let’s face it. We all do it. Whether we are judging someone else, a situation, or - most commonly - ourselves, it’s an unavoidable trait of human nature. Judging makes us feel safe. It makes us feel important and closer with others, such as when we gossip (although separating us from others... Continue Reading →

Is adulthood a myth?

I don’t know about you, but the older I get, the more I’m beginning to wonder if adulthood is a real thing. I certainly don’t feel any more adult. There are still times when I wonder, “Am I really old enough to be married, with a job, and owning a house?” I suppose at age... Continue Reading →

A fun way to improve brain health

I just love it when ideas for having fun overlap so nicely with ideas for improving health. And it just so happens that it's possible to have fun, learn something new, AND improve our brain health all at once! Win-win-win! You see, our brain operates with the "use it, or lose it" principle. We can... Continue Reading →

The science of following your heart

You read that right - there's actual science behind the notion to follow your heart! How fun is that! If you've been trying the mindset tips I've shared without much progress yet, then today's video may be your jam. I'm digging a bit deeper into the concept of "heart intelligence" that I introduced in last week's video.... Continue Reading →

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