A major modern struggle is feeling a gap; between where we are and where we want to go. This gap is often unconscious, and primed from our constant exposure to the lives of others: * With such easy access to see exactly what other people have, and what we don't. * With
I wanted to share what flipped in my head around being ADD.
A question is an incredibly powerful tool. Questions set a frame, and context for an answer. If I ask you "Do you like Pepsi or Coke?" You will likely pick from one of those two choices. This matters because baked into the question was the seed of the answer. Just
Yesterday I was asked by a mentor, "How are you staying the same?" I think this is brilliant framing. Simply put, if you want something to change, you have to do something different. Rather than looking at the actions you think you should take, what if you instead reflected on
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yesterday I had one of those surreal experiences where you are present, you totally recognizing time for what it is. I realized, just for a moment, that yesterday is truly gone. And now again, this morning – that day, that realization, resurfaced but it occurred before, back then. Again, gone.
I remember reading Catcher in the Rye in High School and having one specific line stand out. It was about a student who just seemed to float through high school, while everyone else struggled… it was like they were flying forward with ease. As if somehow this teenager was immune
There is a difference in the quality of your day when you are proactive instead of reactive. When you're proactive, you realize that you can make time, in the literal sense. And when you're reactive, there is never enough time because you are too frozen to fully act on anything
Without forcing success... Without burning out... Without setting expectations. Without compromising your intuition. Quit when it helps you move forward. Chip away at your own progress. Keep arriving in new places and learning new ways of being. Keep reminding yourself of the changes that have happened. It only feels like
As artists, we have access to a wide range of the emotional spectrum through which we can tap into. Great art can be created from passion and energy and it can be created from sadness or grief. But get too stuck on either side, in the passion, or in the
One thing I've been exploring more is the topic of visualization. You've likely heard of this from sports, Olympic athletes, or maybe someone like Tony Robbins. Visualization is the act of mentally practicing, viewing, or experiencing something that is in the future, or that you'd like to be in the