Because… these steps, burning bridges and letting go, are often part of becoming a better you.
These things are part of re-inventing yourself.
At least… they were for me.
Maybe you’ve been there, or maybe you’re about to be — but there comes a point in life where it’s time to grow, in a big way.Continue Reading …
Note: I wrote most of this post on the ride back from Danny Iny’s place in Montreal. My calendar didn’t have room to post it immediately, so I sat on it for a bit, and I’m glad I did. Today’s Danny Iny’s birthday, and I eagerly use the ritual power and meaning of his birthday, as a fantastic opportunity to sing him praises.
If you don’t know who Danny is, just google him, or read about him in the Hall Of Warriors.
So, let’s get into it.
How do these emotions sound to you?
Feeling exhilarated, energized, and happy to be doing what you do and living how you live.
Being in-the-zone, performing at peak performance for days at a time, and making an impact.
Feeling appreciative, grateful and blessed.
That’s how I feel right now.Continue Reading …
Note: The intro to the Best Of Success Posts is always the same, so if you want to get straight to the goodness: click here.
So, I’ve seen lots of those best of the web lists, and I feel they’re a great idea.
Usually though, I find them a bit overwhelming, and I’m a wisdom-, knowledge-, data- fiend.
A quick story:
When I was younger, I had a collection of 83,000 mp3s. I even setup an FTP that was running 24/7 where other music lovers would send me their recommendations, and take mine. The collection was all hand-collected, curated, and organized. Eighty. Three. Thousand. Nearly a life’s work.
Eventually the terabytes of songs got thrown in the trash when I was evicted, but regardless, it was quite the selection, eh?
That’s the thing, it was too much selection.
People like bite-sized. People like choices, but they usually like choices in threes.
I figure the same thing applies to the blog-post round-ups.Continue Reading …