For all of my adult life, I have had a significant amount of emotional and mental baggage in the area of food. I have been known to say that if I even think about trying to lose weight, I will immediately put on 10 lbs.
Twice in the past few weeks, I’ve been asked to think about the question “Who am I?” Perhaps the question is not only “who am I”, but also “who do I want to be?” Am I nurturing the parts of myself that I want to grow?
(Estimated reading time 2 minutes) There are no extraordinary people, only ordinary people willing to do extraordinary things. Nelson Mandela is one of my heroes, an ordinary man who made extraordinary choices and in doing so illuminated the potential in all of us. A political prisoner for 27 years, he went on to forgive his […]
Do you have a self-defeating story that you’re tired of owning? These old stories become the incessant natter in our heads, the lies masquerading as truth, the illusions that become our reality.
Dreams are not for the faint of heart or for those unwilling to do battle with the shadows that emerge when one challenges the status quo.