How do you beat the demons you can’t see? Start easy, then go with simple, then go fast. The rational is overrated - Dr. David Rock Many years ago Dr. David Rock, author of Your Brain at Work, and Director of the Neuroleadership Institute, gave a talk at Google. The talk itself was brilliant but … Continue reading Start easy
Life is hard enough, choose pursuits that make you smile. Or choose to smile in your pursuits
Life is good. I have a great job, a great wife, and I love both. My health is good, my family is provided for, and I have an awesome circle of close friends. Things, from any point of view, are good. But then why do I feel like I am in rut? The answer, I … Continue reading Seeking discomfort
... is that it's over. This was my epiphany when thinking about how to restart this blog that I had started with great gusto, and then lost momentum. I have wanted to restart for a while now, but self-imagined demons and critiques kept me at bay. Then I had a bad day, and while driving … Continue reading The best thing about a bad day…
A very dear friend passed away recently. While our acquaintance was brief, but our friendship was deep. He taught me some valuable lessons when he lived, and some even more important ones in his passing. He was the prodding force behind this blog and so the long hiatus. I can’t help think about how intricately … Continue reading Incomplete – leave no stone unturned
To truly enjoy the journey, we need a source of truth in life, a vision to work towards, and honesty to ourselves. The rest are just the details.
What does it take to realize your full potential? To go from success to success? To think and act with conviction? The Belief Pyramid is a step in that direction. It lists the elements of mental strength and how they interact.