One way to look at life is through seasons of planting and seasons of harvesting. There are times in your life – college, for instance, when planting dominates. You [ read more brave ]
High-performing people can actually lose the ability to daydream. You can be so focused on converting every idea into a plan that you forgot how to think about really big [ read more brave ]
So, Russians are weird. When the USSR dissolved and the Russians got poorer individually and as a nation, they did something no other population does. They had fewer children. Most [ read more brave ]
What is the opposite of “real”? Unreal? Artificial? Intangible? Imaginary? Fake? Contrived? What are the synonyms of “real”? Authentic? Natural? True? Beautiful? Untamed? Tangible? Does real mean the same thing [ read more brave ]
How do you define being an adult? Is it a process, or an end state? Are you an adult by your own definition? Is it better to be an adult [ read more brave ]
In American culture, we talk about money in a few, highly specific ways. You might tell someone what you paid for your house, but you don’t mention your salary. You [ read more brave ]
Not all coaching questions have answers. There are topics I’ll struggle with for the rest of my life, and never find a clear answer. Thinking about these questions, finding the [ read more brave ]
This is a bit of a follow-up to the post on coping with media overload. Social media sneaks into our lives and we accept it without a lot of thought [ read more brave ]
What has made my life better today? What am I looking forward to about tomorrow? What do I remember fondly about the past?
Is authenticity a value for you? Does authenticity have a single definition? Is it relative? Is it subjective? What does it mean to live authentically?