Life is a cycle of growth and exploration. During our lifetimes, we have an unending opportunity to shape our own reality, yet some people neglect this opportunity as they submit to the […]
At some point, the bottom eyelid of my left eye developed a minor twitch, or blepharospasm, that is becoming increasingly more irritating. High-stress environments are a consistent feature in the lives of a majority of starting entrepreneurs. Unfortunately, that stress tends to follow them throughout their career as well. It is a sad truth, when chasing success in business, stress is nearly inescapable. But still, freelancers do have options when it comes to defusing the thoughts and emotions that exacerbate tension and anxiety.
Here is something to think about. If you have spent your entire life beating yourself up and managed to survive; wouldn’t you expect that you’re finally strong enough to start fighting back? […]
Hustle, grind—most highly vocal and valuable leaders like Gary Vaynerchuck and Grant Cardone have jettisoned these particular words and many similar ones into a state of extreme saturation in the “entrepreneurial” community, or what I personally like to call the “wantrepreneurial” popularity contest. Some people think this means the word has lost its value, and I can see that perspective. But is it even inherently possible for a word used so subjectively to lose its meaning?
We should all be designing lives and careers that are aligned with how we’re wired. -Emilie Wapnick
My father said there were two kinds of people in the world: givers and takers. The takers may eat better, but the givers sleep better.
The Spotlight Effect is dubbed an innate feeling that society is judging our every action on an individual level. That our inner selves are constantly outwardly apparent, and those who look upon it are concerned with having an opinion on each and every aspect that they notice.
“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter, and those who matter don’t mind.”
-Bernard M. Baruch
The thing we’re all addicted to is time
“A child-like man is not a man whose development has been arrested; on the contrary, he is a man who has given himself a chance of continuing to develop long after most adults have muffled themselves in the cocoon of middle-aged habit and convention.”