What drives you: reaction, or creation?

What drives you: reaction, or creation?

It’s important to know what drives you–what’s your motivating force? What gets you out of bed in the morning? Is it…chasing safety? Money and success? Being of service? Obligation? Responsibility? Bliss, joy? What’s driving the underlying energy of that...

how to make a change stick (for good, this time)

When you’re living courageously and choosing to practice courage, it’s inevitable that you’re going to run across things that you want to change about your life. Perhaps you’ll make your stop doing list or perhaps you’ll decide that you want to manifest a big dream....

uprooting the attack dynamic and choosing to love big

In the moments after I opened the letter with my blood work results and diagnosis, I burst into tears and my hand instinctively went to my throat, over the area where the thyroid is located. I re-read the letter a few times, my hand petting my throat as if to soothe...

How to practice courage when your health hits the skids

Alright, alright, alright. I’m finally telling people: I’ve been sick. Ill. Down. Struggling with my health. Challenged. I recently caught myself trying to pull what Ken Wilbur calls “spiritual bypass,” the attempt to think positively and reframe myself right out of...

on caring what other people think

A ton of overwhelm comes from caring what people think. Brene Brown‘s book, I Though It Was Just Me tells the story of the time that some friends were horrified by the idea of a parent bringing store-bought cookies to a school event (that equals: pressure to...