Back To Human: My Interview with the Incredible Dan Schawbel r

Recently, I had the good fortune of sitting down with Dan Schawbel to talk about his new book, Back To Human: How Great Leaders Create Connection in the Age of Isolation. As somebody that is totally burnt out on all … r

positive thinking

Why Positive Thinking Doesn’t Work – And What Does r

You might be anxiously wondering where this article is going to go, so just in case you’re about to judge me as some negative Nancy that’s going to bash positive thinking, I’d like to clear that up because that’s not … r

Creating a Sacred Space for Creativity

Most writers and artists need privacy and solitude to tap into their creative selves. Creating is not always easy, but it can be even more difficult if is done in an uninspiring environment or surrounded by unwanted people and noise. … r

We All Have Scars: Let Go of your Childhood’s pain

Between the moment we are born, to the moment we reach adulthood, many of us experience incredible, profound pain. Some of us have been sexually, physically, or psychologically abused — and then left to pick up the pieces on our own. In the … r

Align Your Life With Your Passion

What do you want to be when you grow up? Remember in grade school when everybody would ask you this? A firefighter? Astronaut? How about president? For me, it was a writer. I remember the weekends when my mom would take … r

mental health

The Complete Checklist For Strong Mental Health

Feelings and thoughts, both pleasant and unpleasant, have one thing in common – a mind which experiences them. And this is an obvious truism that seasoned meditators pick up early in their practice. But what does it take, for a … r