Art is not meant to be filtered, unless you’re editing. However, many people don’t get that far. Their inner critic hinders their creativity so they don’t create at all. When I create, I think of a quote by Ernest Hemingway. Write drunk. Edit sober. Tapping into your creativity is you allowing yourself to be a … Continue reading Art is letting out your inner child
When you did something spectacular, treat yourself. When you impress yourself, treat yourself. When you do what you can’t, treat yourself. That’s how you motivate yourself to push harder next time.
The famous Winston Churchill once said, Those who fail to plan plan to fail. I take this quote to heart. When I know I have a responsibility to fill, I plan and prepare ahead of time. When I am building a running habit, I pack my workout gear the night before. The night before my … Continue reading Preparation yields success
How do you create a fulfilling life? By the decisions you make. Big or small. All your decisions culminate to influence the paths you take in life. Make decisions wisely. My decision-making process: If it’s not a hell yes, then it’s a no. No in-between.
If you are experiencing hardships, do the harder thing: believe that life will get better. It will. Much like the economy, life is a continuous series of peaks and troughs. However, do not blindly believe in improvement. Put in the work to make it happen. Life gets better when you get better.
In your greatest victories, remember the people who helped pave your way, the people who supported you, the people who cared enough to listen and nurture you in your trying moments. Remember them, return the favor, and pay it forward. This is how you stay grounded.
Mistakes take us to the next level. They teach us what we should and should not do. They help us refine our strategies and do better the next time around. When mistakes arise, forgive yourself. If you are establishing a habit and you miss a day or two, accept the loss, acknowledge it, and refine … Continue reading Make mistakes, forgive yourself