There are certain quotes, sayings, or idioms we hear so many times they actually actively impact the way we live. Maybe you have been told to “break a leg” or that “the ball is in your court.”
There is a pretty darn good chance that most of us will either sit or stand at some point throughout the day. There is also a pretty good chance that most of us don’t really think about this much, but we should.
Sir Isaac Newton formulated that energy cannot be destroyed. It just changes from one form to another. Everything contains energy whether it is still or moving. For us personally, it’s our motivation that puts our energy into gear whether we are unmotivated or apathetic in neutral, moving forward and progressing in drive, or sliding backwards in reverse.
It’s the start of a new year. Can you feel it? Are you full of hope or full of doubt? Energized or reluctant? Optimistic, pessimistic or somewhere in between? Wherever you are and whatever you’re feeling, we’re going to launch into this year with a ton of optimism.
This is the final Monday and final few days of 2020. How does that feel? If you were to describe the year 2020 in one word, what would that word be? Or if you were to write a book about 2020, what would the title be?
You might be aware there has been a ton of new research on the impact of isolation and the findings are not great. In fact, much of the scientific and medical fields now believe that isolation might be worse for our health than heart disease. What?
We have all heard the marketing slogans: “Buy one, give one.” “Buy one, get one.” Maybe you have purchased a few products because one of these campaigns worked its magic on you.
A smile can light up a room. A smile can change someone’s day. A smile let’s someone know that you see them.
The year 2020 has been as challenging and conflicting as any year in our recent past. From political divides to racial injustices to lives lost to the pandemic to economic challenges to school and business closures to isolation to so many other
There is a saying you have most likely heard before. It goes something like, “lower your expectations and you will never be disappointed.” Have you heard it before? Better yet, are you okay with it? Because we are not.