This is Part 4 in a five part series Read the Intro Read Step 1: Identify and Attack Your Triggers Read Step 2: Make a Bored List Read 3: Start Heatmapping I’ve written before about the power of fasting to spur to spur creative growth. I’m writing another post about fasting because a) it really is … Continue reading 5 Simple Ways to Stop Feeling Stuck – Step 4: Give up a Comfort Crutch
This is Part 3 in a Five Part series. Read the Intro Read Step 1: Identify and Attack Your Triggers Read Step 2: Make a Bored List One thing I’ve learned about myself over year years of failure and embarrassment is that I am not good at recognizing correlations in my life. You’ve probably heard … Continue reading 5 Simple Ways to Stop Feeling Stuck – Step 3: Start Heatmapping
This is Part 2 in a five part series. Read the introduction Read Part 1 If I had to pick one emotion that lines up with feeling stuck it would be boredom. I’ve never been one to get bored easily. As a kid, I would spend hours on my own talking to myself and Boredom … Continue reading 5 Simple Ways to Stop Feeling Stuck – Step 2: Make a Bored List
This is Part 1 of a series on Getting Unstuck. Read the intro here. The first thing I did when I realized I was feeling stuck was to try and identify the tangible triggers contributing to my stuck-ness. Below are three things I did to figure out what my triggers were and change my response … Continue reading 5 Simple Ways to Stop Feeling Stuck – Step 1: Identify and Attack Your Triggers
If I had to choose one word to describe how I've been feeling over the past few months it would be stuck. Maybe it's the lack of sunlight, maybe it's an excessive amount of chocolate (looking at you post Valentine's Day sales), or maybe it's just a life phase. Who cares. It doesn't matter why, it … Continue reading 5 Simple Ways to Stop Feeling Stuck: Intro
Today is Ash Wednesday,* the day that marks the beginning of Lent for many people of faith around the world. Lent, for those of you who are not bombarded with reminders on social media about it every year, is a religious term referring to the 40 days leading up to Easter. It’s tradition for people … Continue reading Why Fasting is the Secret to Creative Growth
Everyone I know loves the new year. We throw parties, stay up late, and most importantly of all, make resolutions. I think what draws most people to New Year’s—more than the midnight parties and the ball dropping in Times Square—is the chance to start over. The new year is always a blank slate, a fresh … Continue reading Happy New Week!
Hey guess what? Today is a day! It’s not a reset, it’s not a time to sleepwalk through, it’s not a dream. It’s a day. Here are a few questions you might encounter today: How’s it going? How was your weekend? How are you? I don't know about you but I typically answer these questions … Continue reading Don’t Live On Autopilot
On this lovely Monday morning, if you find yourself tempted to complain the day away, please remember: You are responsible for your life.
Hi friends! If you read my newsletter you've heard about this, but if not, here's the short story: I created a Life Evaluation worksheet because (shocker) I wanted to evaluate my life in a purposeful, systematic way. And here's the good news--if you sign up for my Monday Motivation newsletter I'll send you a free … Continue reading Want a free Life Evaluation Worksheet?