Life can in many ways be likened with climbing mountains. We can either stay in the valley & pursue momentary pleasure & safety through countless stimulations & distractions, or we can pick a summit we wish to climb and climb it, one little deliberate step at a time. If we don’t know what we want … Continue reading Post #56. First, Figure Out What You Want
We live in a world where information & knowledge is to be found in abundance, while action, application & integrity is scarce resources. Nowadays, if we want to know something, we simply google it and get a lot of answers... How to do stuff... How to be awesome... How to be healthy... How to get … Continue reading Post #55. What To Do With The Unlimited Amount of Answers, Solutions & Advice We Have At Our Fingertips.
Sometimes in life we are presented with so many options that we feel paralysed. Many times we obsess about making "the perfect decision”, and end up making no decision at all... A fancy word for this state is "The Analysis Paralysis." In it’s essence, Analysis Paralysis plays out when we are presented with so many choices … Continue reading Post #54. On Walking Into The Unknown
A subject that lies close to my heart is self-trust. Self-trust is when we know what’s best for us, we say to ourselves that we will do it and then we... do it. Self-trust is when you do what you say you will do... Self-trust precedes self-leadership... And... Leading oneself well precedes leading others well. See... We … Continue reading Post #53. On The Importance of Self-Trust
I believe what often stops us from freely expressing our creativity is that we don’t recognise the power of our creativity... We don’t fully grasp the power we have to lift, inspire and empower people who need what we are creating... A great practice to try out is to imagine someone truly enjoying your creation, … Continue reading Post #52. How to Grasp The Power of Your Creativity
THE MAN AND THE MOUNTAIN A young man stood in the valley and looked up towards a mountaintop.... “I could never climb that mountain...” He said to himself with certainty... “You can’t?” An energetic voice answered him from nowhere... The young man looked around him and eventually saw a little old man... He looked skinny … Continue reading Post #51. What About One Tiny Step? What About 1%?
Today I want to share with you what I’ve found helpful when it comes to understanding the nature of change... and especially when it comes to inner change... So let’s dive in. In order to cultivate empathy, we need two things. #1. A desire to cultivate empathy #2. Belief that it’s possible to cultivate empathy DESIRE … Continue reading Post #50. Cultivating Empathy (and any other inner quality we admire in others)