Last week I had the opportunity to travel to Brussels, Belgium. It was a short trip, leaving on Sunday and flying back on Saturday. As soon as I say that, you’re already thinking about major jet lag right? But before I left I made the decision that I would adapt quickly to the 8 hour time difference once I landed in Brussels.
Do you watch the news? Do you get sucked in to all the headlines glaring at you when you open your web browser? With all the avenues of social media there are now many ways for you to be subjected to news and information. All of that quickly becomes an overload to your brain, body and system.
You’re tapping your fingers on the table, your knee is bouncing up and down and all you can think about is getting the news, the phone call, or an email that will give you the answer you’ve been waiting for. It will change your life and you can’t wait.
Have you ever taken a minute to define what success is…to you? The definition of suceess from an early age is determined by those in authority; our teachers, parents, grandparents or the baby sitter. Learned success from an early age can carry with it a lot of judgment
I’m on this kindness thing this week. I can’t get it out of my head. The more I think, write and talk about it, the more it blows my mind. We can make such a big impact on those we meet on a daily basis just by coming from a place of kindness and compassion.