181: Making Goals, Changing Goals

181: Making Goals, Changing Goals

We are 25 days into the new year. Remember those goals you made? Today’s podcast episode (181) and blog post talks about what happens when you gain new information regarding your plans. Do you change your goals to fit your life or change your life to fit your goals?

180: Want freedom? Avoid these two traps…

180: Want freedom? Avoid these two traps…

Stepping away from the crowd? Want to do things differently? Be careful. Today I talk about two traps people can often fall into along the way to living a life that’s more free.

179: Work from home: pros, cons, and tips

179: Work from home: pros, cons, and tips

Today we take a look at the realities of working from home: the pros, the cons, and the tips that make working from home… work better.

178: 30 days to organize yo’ stuff

178: 30 days to organize yo’ stuff

If you live in a house, it’s bound to get messy. Here’s my list of 30 focused, manageable tasks to get your house on the road to organization.

177: Focus for a new year

177: Focus for a new year

Today I talk about the two focus words I’ve chosen for 2022 and why I chose them. To make a long story short, it’s time to get out of my own way.

175: What are you doing with your anger?

175: What are you doing with your anger?

There is a difference between anger that gets things done, and anger that just spins our wheels. What are you doing with your anger?

174: We Choose Our Problems

174: We Choose Our Problems

Ready for some hard hitting truth? We choose the majority of the problems we will deal with. Let’s talk personal responsibility and the pros and cons of every choice we make.

173: The line between hope and reality

173: The line between hope and reality

Embrace the line between hope for the future and the reality of current times, and show others that walking that line is possible.

172: This is Not About “Them”

172: This is Not About “Them”

There is a difference between relying on each other and relying on Them. I believe healing and progress will take place in our country when there is more of the first and far less of the second, but in order to have less of the 

171: Why I don’t think we should go “back to normal”

171: Why I don’t think we should go “back to normal”

When talking about the state of the world, it’s common to hear people say, “well, when things go back to normal…” but is that what we really want? In today’s podcast episode/blog post I explain why I don’t think things will ever go back to normal, why I don’t think we should go back to normal, and what is a better option.