The moment we quit dreaming is the moment we quit manifesting miracles in our own life, for when we have no intentional aim, we most assuredly will get lost in the wilderness of life. I'm curious to know... Do you take time out to dream on a regular basis? Do you have an intentional aim [...]
“Sometimes what was important to us in the past, takes a backseat to new dreams, developed gifts, and clarity of purpose. This evolution is not separate and divided from the whole, but an extension of our selves reframed…”
Recent years have fill filled with unearthing, rebirthing, and giving life to my own voice and dreams. Left brain (re)united with the right, it’s been a season of learning to live an undivided life — not just privately within my own heart and mind, but professionally, too — allowing others to see and connect with my whole self, not just the piece(s) defined by past roles or opportunity.
It’s been challenging and scary. Layers of pride and fear dismantled as pieces of my wall have been broken down and discarded to reveal a hidden self. The public persona courageously united with the private; head aligned firmly with the heart.
But these steps are necessary to reach the places I have chosen to go. Necessary, for when we live a divided life, we often end up losing the very essence of who we are. We become restless, unsettled, and deeply compartmentalized. We become more…
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Every step of our journey is a series of beginnings and endings. A continuous stream of movement, each step is an endless series of mini births and deaths - the promise of what's to be and the of letting go of what no longer is; the space in between we call the present. I've been [...]
In a world that beckons us to find our purpose and pursue our passion, it's easy to become self-centric in our pursuits...
At any given time and under almost any circumstance, each of us can live out our callings in any one of a number of ways -- that the highest and best use of our gifts and talents need not be reflected in something extraordinary, but rather, in the ordinariness of our everyday lives; that the form of our work is less important than how we choose to show up, share our gifts, and serve others each and every day.
If character is at the heart of effective leadership, do you have enough of what it takes to lead yourself and others?
Thought for the day: Never has there been a greater need for hope, faith, charity and love. In a world gone mad; in a world and country that have become fractured and divided in these turbulent and uncertain times, may we each remember that good exists among the evil, light co-exists with the dark, and [...]
Sometimes we have to shed our old skin. Because it is outworn. Because it no longer fits. Because we need to keep growing. Only we resist it... We resist it because for a while, the process of shedding the old will require us to feel naked and vulnerable (and none of us like to feel [...]
In a world where success is so often defined by the external and expedient; where fear trumps love and a mindset of survival often trumps integrity, Can you be bought? Are your values for sale to the highest bidder? Living in alignment with our core values need not be a high drama proposition, but a [...]
In a world that measures 'success' by milestones of achievement, it is tempting to lean into our past accomplishments as a measure of our self-worth and ability, focusing on what we've done (for ourselves), rather than what we can do (for others), especially during times of struggle or transition. While the process of achievement itself can be a [...]