Recently, a woman wrote to me expressing her dismay that a family member had wrongly obtained confidential financial information about her and then revealed it to
When you fill your inner life with quiet confidence about who you are and what is important to you, you stop caring about what others think. You set yourself free from their bonds and discover you can life live joyfully.
other family members. It wasn’t information that anyone needed to act on. You might say, it was none of their business. And you’d be right. Continue reading
You’ve probably read Chris Brogan’s recent post, “My 3 Words for 2015.”
He made a commitment in 2006 to choose three words as his goals and guides to his actions for the coming year.
My three words for 2015: Clarity. Gratitude. Listen.
I decided to start doing this as well in 2012, the same year I started this blog. It is part of my commitment to live a life that is Honest, Open and True. When you choose three words and use them as your goals and guides for the year, you’re choosing to live intentionally.
I don’t know about you, but I am glad the mid-term election is over.
Your conversations tell others your values as well as your knowledge.
The misinformation, truth-shading and omission of facts that would otherwise provide clear understanding was exhausting, dehumanizing and demoralizing. Continue reading