One year ago, I said goodbye to Google, the company I knew and loved for more than 12 years. In this article, I get very honest about what it has really been like to leave my career to chase my dreams.
Rather than making new year’s resolutions that are destined to fail – and leave you feeling like a failure – here are 5 better ways to jump-start the new year, and actually make change
This quick, fun year-in-review will help you reflect on what this past year brought you and what it taught you – as well as help kick-start the new year.
Before the ball drops on 2020, don’t drop the ball on making the most of your 2019!
There has never been, and there never will be, another you. You have the ability – no, the responsibility – to make the unique impact on this world that no other person could ever make.
When you are brave enough to be audaciously authentic and stand in the truth of who you really are, you can live into your full range and have significantly greater impact in the world.
Giving thanks isn’t just something we should do because our parents told us to – science proves countless benefits to our physical and emotional health. Implementing these two easy gratitude practices truly will change your life – they changed mine!
Our intuition is a powerful edge we have that can guide us to good decisions, to health, and to safety. Here’s why it’s so important & how you can harness this power.
Being strong isn’t about strength – it isn’t about powering through the hard parts of being human, hoping to skip past them before anyone notices or suspects anything. Being strong is about being brave enough to be vulnerable.
I spent a lot of time thinking about what my fears have prevented me from doing. The fun times I’ve passed up on because I was too concerned about what I feared people thought, the talents I’ve never uncovered because I didn’t give them time to develop, the opportunities I’ve missed out on to learn, develop and grow.
Giving yourself – and your brain – a break by getting out and having fun can actually give you the clarity you need to move forward. And, at the very least, having fun feels good – and who doesn’t need a little more of that in their lives?
Inner critics come from the part of our brain designed to keep us safe. So of course it makes sense that when we make major changes, they get a little antsy. Nothing says danger like a freefall into the unknown.