In March of 2020, a shock hit the entire world.
The quarantine won’t last forever.
The relentless 24-hour news cycle is hinged around profit, suffers from misinformation and paints a less-than-ideal picture of society. And, too many of us buy into it.
Nearly 14 trillion. That’s the number that I want you to focus on for a minute. It’s a big number, isn’t it?
I hate the phrase “never give up”. I can appreciate the positive vibes, but the phrase itself is so utterly flawed that it should never be used in human society.
I have never believed that focusing on yourself first is selfish. In fact, I am firmly convinced that prioritizing yourself and building a strong and solid foundation for your life is one of the healthiest pursuits that any human being can undertake.
The average hiring manager takes less than 10 seconds to decide whether to throw your resume in the trash or call you in for an interview.
I don’t know what my mid-life crisis will look like, but I know that it won’t involve driving around in a fast, loud sports car built to damage the eardrums of anyone within a square mile. Why?
Hard truths can be tough to swallow, but for many of us, they can also instantly transform our lives. Finding ways to improve our lives isn’t always easy and it often takes brutal honesty; honesty that we’re afraid to admit to ourselves. But, I’ve found that honesty is like a hump.