Tag: finding happiness

  • A Realistic Expectation for a More Conscious Career Path

    When the world (or your world) is hit by a major catastrophe, it tends to spur you to re-evaluate your life. It inspires re-prioritization. Often, professionals start reflecting on their careers, questioning if the time that they have been investing in a lucrative career has actually been adding any value on a wider scale, and […]

  • A Bold Calling – A Life of Service

    In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, let’s shine a spotlight on those living a life of service. May they inspire us to perform simple acts of kindness.

  • If I Die Today, If I Live Another 40 Years

    Recently, I’ve been thinking about how precious life is and how it is not to be taken for granted.

  • Get in the Game

      Was it hard to tell this Monday from any other Monday at work? Can you remember the last time you felt triumphant at work? Has it been more than three years since your last big professional growth spurt? Your answers may reveal that you have been coasting. Sometimes we need to coast, like when […]

  • Is a Prevalent Thought Creating an American Epidemic?

      In a MindValley podcast Marisa Peer, once touted as Britain’s best therapist, talked about the prevalence of the thought, “I am not enough.” She discussed its limiting impact on people worldwide. Ms. Peer called it the biggest disease affecting humanity and attributed it not just to unhappiness, but illness. The way she presented this […]