If you notice any of these warning signs creeping into your periphery, take heed — you’re on the way to Burnout City. Here’s how to escape.
It’s time to start maximizing the meaning in my hours rather than the billable rate they command.
You are not crazy for wanting more than a bottom-line, lather-rinse-repeat life. Here’s why.
Sometimes you face a full system shutdown. And the only way to get yourself up and running again is to set yourself to limited capacity.
In search of a mediocre, totally “meh” life? It’s super-easy. Here’s how to get one…
We all allow crap and nonsense into our lives, and we all deserve better. I’d like to tell you how to take things from “meh” to freakin’ awesome.
My review of DogVacay, plus a special discount code for you!
You’re wasting your energy trying to “deal” with things that have no payoff other than making you utterly unhappy. Why not channel that energy into making things better?
You probably don’t want to hear this. But you should.
All too often, I hear people says things that make me horribly, deep-down-in-my soul sad…
And I mean, like (never) ever.
It’s all too easy to let your happiness fall to the whims of external factors . But ultimately, it all comes down to you.
Do you ever feel like you should love something just because everyone else does? Then this post’s for you…
You can’t compare your skills against someone else’s. All that matters is that you do what you were designed to do—and you do the everloving shit out of it.
Sometimes, you have to take things into your own hands. Like Anne Belov did with her new book, Pandamorphosis.
It’s time to stop asking yourself “what if” — and start asking “why not?” instead.
We constantly sell ourselves short, downplay our skills and accomplishments, and kowtow to whatever crapportunity is tossed our way. I call “Bullshit!”
Sometimes the best self-help guru you will ever find is that sinking (or soaring) feeling you get when your gut reacts to something.
The biggest things I’ve learned from one full year of freelancing full-time (that I so wish I’d known when I started).
Living intentionally is all about turning off the autopilot and really examining why it is you do the things you do. And calling yourself on your own B.S.