Improve Your Perspective With This One Question

Having middle schoolers and being in sales, I know a thing or two about having a rough day (in the suburban American version of having a rough day). On any given day, I can encounter a moody young teen, a customer frustrated with their insurance costs (my particular area of biz), or a weed problem… Continue reading Improve Your Perspective With This One Question

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Learning to Love the Process: Day 51, #75hard

Blogging here and there through the 75Hard Challenge I meant to check in after day 50, but I had other priorities and other topics on my mind. A quick recap of what 75Hard entails in case you’re stumbling upon this post for the first time: Two 45 minute workouts a day – one has to… Continue reading Learning to Love the Process: Day 51, #75hard

What it means to cease striving

Whether you are a believer or not, you might have heard the verse from the Book of Psalms (in the Bible) that goes like this: Cease striving and know that I am God – Ps 46:10a Most translations say “Be still and know that I am God.” I quote this to myself on occasion because… Continue reading What it means to cease striving

How the Law of 3 Will Create More Margin in Your Life and Work

Recently, a colleague was meeting me out at my house so we could drive out for an appointment. I had more morning planned meticulously so I’d be ready to get in the car right at 8:30am – the time he was slated to show up. So at 8:18 when my colleague showed up, I was… Continue reading How the Law of 3 Will Create More Margin in Your Life and Work

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How to Get out of Debt

Not financial debt. Decision debt. I first heard this term listening to the Life Coach School podcast with Brooke Castillo (which I heard about listening to Michael Hyatt). I love the term because it encapsulates in two simple words the main source of much of the stress in my life, historically: Putting off decisions in… Continue reading How to Get out of Debt