Father's Day reminds me how lucky I am to be loved solid. It gives me an invincibility that I carry with me in my blood, in my cells, through all the days (and darkest nights) of my life.
Pick the brightest lights for once. Try to draw a picture of the strength in your stars rather than the fault and see where you end up when you follow that constellation over the horizon.
You learn who a person really is by what they do, how they live, what choices they make.
I was asked by my high school to make a video for students about stress, but I think these tips are helpful for everyone. Enjoy my first video!
“You always feel it, Sherlock. But you don't have to fear it. Pain, heartbreak, loss, death: it's all good.” - Moriarty
Try thinking about your work as your way of relating to the world. The job itself is just a medium through which this communication and exchange take place.
Drum roll, please: Most things have nothing to do with you.
Often the process of success feels like drowning, and the great accomplishments of your life feel like crawling onto the sand panting and shaking.
Every blog I read seems to have six easy steps to make a perfect life, but the more painful truth is that success is a process, not a goal.
Challenge and failure are not aberrations but expectations. To be truly great you need an internal framework that allows you to take in difficult feedback and use it to make yourself stronger rather than crumble under the trauma of making a mistake.