Fear Is The Highest Fence

"Fear is the highest fence." - Dudley Nichols Mending one's fences - to strengthen or reestablish one's position by conciliation or negotiation. Being on the fence - uncommitted, neutral, and undecided. Walls create physical and mental barriers. Putting up fences and rushing to … [Read more...]

Ambiguity – Beauty & The Beast

Anyone out there feeling up and down emotions, confusion, or uncertainty? One thing you can count on - the outer world and the people in it are always going to change. This can be unsettling, especially for those who don't do well with shifting tides. Some people thrive in life's storms, some … [Read more...]

Moving On To Better Things

"It is only through labor and painful effort, by grim energy and resolute courage, that we move on to better things." - Theodore Roosevelt You get to decide the state of your happiness, no matter what is going on in the outer world. Your inner world is where you create the life you desire. Politics … [Read more...]

Resiliency Can Be A Superpower

In times of change and distress, it's necessary to adapt if you with to be resilient - a tried and true superpower. As a collective, we are going through monumental change in the world. Everyone has been affected. I first learned about true resiliency when I lost 5 family members in a few short … [Read more...]

Adaptability In The Modern World

Josh Kaufman in his new book How to Fight a Hydra states: "People strive to make their world comprehensible, predictable, and rewarding, but their locus of control extends only so far. No matter who you are, what you do, or the resources you have at your disposal, you have to learn to live with … [Read more...]