A meetup I ran last Saturday brought a painful realisation home for me. Exercise is important not only for its touted benefits of muscular strength, endurance, improved cardiovascular system and energy to run our day.
Like you, I learned a lot about myself in 2020. All the pain, heartache and disappointment also brought about discovery, innovation and gratitude. Joy in the little things, in what I have, in a happy progression of my journey, in things as they are.
Mastery is a journey, not a destination. I’ve never felt like I’ve mastered things because there is always so much to learn. Things evolve. It becomes difficult to keep up let alone feel like you’re on top of it.
Jess: Is there any chance for me to work in another country (virtually)?Me: Yes, sure. Over the years, increased digitalisation has created many opportunities. And the pandemic has shown organisations just how possible it is for people to work remotely. So there are a fair number of opportunities out there – remote work, short gigs […]
I struggled with social media when I started. Why would I want to put myself out there? What would I say? When I thought of things I wanted to say, it made sense in my head. But writing it down, getting the first few lines in … wow, that was hard. Things that made sense […]
If it has not been apparent to date, I’ll confess that I am always competing with myself. And let me share some benefits of doing just that. You’re setting your agenda. External stimuli remain so and you are guided by your own mission. Which necessarily means you need to get clear on exactly what that […]
If you’re going to do something, you might as well do it well. You might as well put 100% effort in. Or just don’t do it. I understand, this may seem quite obvious. But I am sure that you would be able to see, in various aspects of your life and your relationships, situations where […]
So to unfetter your dream is really to say to yourself, “I’ve got all of these things coming at me, all of these things that are going to kind of unsettle and unhinge me but I’m not going to let it. I’m going to protect this dream.” You’re going to do that because this dream is fragile. It’s in its infancy and it needs that time to develop, to grow and to strengthen.
As you read this, there’s a good chance you or someone close to you is undergoing significant hardship and maybe, even loss as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. I cannot fully understand the breadth of what you may be going through and things are rocky in my world as well. Face to face certification-led […]
Be clear about who you are supporting. I can’t be everything to everyone so I focus on the people I believe I can help. Of course, you can do much more but you need to showcase with clarity at least 2 – 3 things at first that you can do.