Fear

9.12.2014 Attitude | Business | Extreme Behavior | Fear | Leadership | Love | Pain

27 Hard Questions Awesome People Ask Themselves Right Now.

What are the top five things you know you need to do right now that you been avoiding? Who is the one person in your life you need to build a better relationship with right now? How much money do you need to set aside right now for your safety net so that you can Read More 

25.11.2014 Fear | Love | Pain

It All Changes When It’s Your Baby.

It’s easy to have strong opinions about someone else’s situation — until you’re in that situation yourself. It’s easy to judge what someone else is doing — how they are reacting to the situation they’re in at the moment — when you don’t have to be in that situation yourself. You believe in justice. So do Read More 

20.11.2014 Attitude | Fear | Leadership

The Only Thing You Can’t Do.

The only thing you can’t do is what you’re not willing to do. The only thing you can’t achieve is the thing you’re not willing to get started on right now. The only thing holding you back from success and greatness and grandeur is your willingness to do what is hard and messy and uncomfortable. That’s the Read More 

19.11.2014 Fear | Leadership | Pain

Being Frustrated Might Be A Good Sign.

Being an artist demands emotional courage. A lot of it. Whether you are painting a picture developing a new sales plan or just trying to figure out what color to paint your child’s bedroom, figuring out what you want to do can be a hard decision to make — especially if you have a few choices that Read More 

6.11.2014 Fear | Leadership | Pain

What No One Tells You About Deciding What’s Right To Do.

Despite what you might automatically accept as true — most of life isn’t black-or-white. The decisions you have to make on a daily basis are mostly shades of grey. You might think you believe that murder is wrong and that you would never take someone else’s life, but you will probably find your opinion changed if Read More 

28.10.2014 Attitude | Fear | Pain

What To Do When You Do Your Best And Still Lose.

I looked at the race clock as I crossed the finish line — 2 hours 54 minutes and a few seconds. I took a few more steps toward the volunteers handing me my medal and walked to the side of the fence where I knelt down to think for a minute. What started out as a seemingly winnable Read More