Sometimes the life paths we choose end up getting distorted by distractions and we end up making choices to reach goals that we don't even really aspire to. You might find that in order to move forwards, you actually need to go back and figure out what you really wanted in the first place. Many … Continue reading Remembering the dream
Room for flexibility
When you know what you want it's easy to end up being closed off to all else. After all, you don't want to get swept up in something that will veer you off path. But as much as it's important to know what you want, it's also important to allow some room for flexibility. Often … Continue reading Room for flexibility
Does your life align with your values?
Yesterday I wrote about the simple life and after clicking publish I realised that I still had more thoughts to share. After giving it some thought, I started to question why instead of living the life that we want we decide to pursue other paths. In yesterdays post, I wrote of how it is often … Continue reading Does your life align with your values?
Different is good
A person might look at your life and tell you that things should be different. That you should have pursued a different sort of career, that you should have more friends, that your relationships with certain people in your life should look a certain way. That might be because they they think you'd be better … Continue reading Different is good
Too late to start over
Most of us have at some point looked back on our life and perhaps not wished but thought about what would have happened if we took a different path. If you applied for that job in another city. If you moved out of your family home sooner or maybe done it later. If you started … Continue reading Too late to start over
Understanding complex issues
When you discuss a complex issue with someone who has little to no knowledge of the issue, you're unlikely to get the desired outcome. More often than not you'll end up frustrated and they'll end up defensive. It takes time to learn and understand complex issues but it also takes some unlearning. When a person … Continue reading Understanding complex issues