Don’t Know What You Want To Do, Watch This Video

“It's insane to me to ask anybody to be what they're not. Know what you know the best, love the most. That's always going to be the answer to the thing that you have the best shot at winning at.” - Gary Vaynerchuk   The other day I was having a conversation with a young woman in her early 20s. She was telling me she has one year of college left before finishing her sociology degree and then has no idea what she wants to do.   I asked her what made her chose sociology. She said, I don’t know. I
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30 Acceptance Quotes That Will Bring You Peace

“Embrace the glorious mess that you are.” Elizabeth Gilbert   Do you have a tendency to be hard on yourself?   I certainly am guilty of being tough on myself. And when I catch myself doing this, my priority is to seek peace of mind. Let what is supposed to be, unravel on its own, instead of desperately trying to push against the flow and inflicting unnecessary stress and worry into my life.   The intention here is not to 'give up' so to speak, rather it’s about acknowledging what is, as is. It's about being non-judgmental towards an event or
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When You Are Overanalyzing Something To Death, Read This

Ever heard of analysis paralysis?   You know where you analyze every single option and map out the different actions and choices that are available to you? And then you have a problem deciding what you want to do to generate the best possible outcome for you in the future?   It’s okay, you are not alone.   Recently I moved to Toronto for change and love. Since love make us see the world in rose colored glasses and do crazy things, I wanted to make sure love was not the only thing I moved out to Toronto for.   “Never
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6 Questions You Need To Ask Yourself Before Saying Yes

Do you find yourself saying yes when you want to say no?   You know how YES just pops out of your mouth automatically because you are so use to saying yes to people all the time? Even when your mind is screaming quick Say NO, make up an excuse.   That was me! Ironically my first word in life was NO. And funny how quickly as a child we learn in order to be likeable, yes was the right thing to say.   This conditioning follows you into adulthood and soon you find yourself not being able to put yourself
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What If You Had The Courage To Speak Your Truth

How often do you not say or do something because you are afraid of what others will think? For most of us, myself included, this happens more often than we'd like to admit. I’d be lying if I told you I speak my truth and express all of my emotions easily and effortlessly everyday. Sure I appreciate him thinking of me and wanting to connect. The ask I have is to give some value or purpose when reaching out. Either share some information you think would interest me or reach out if you think I can help out with something. Random
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The A Game

Recently I read a book called The Art of Possibilities: Transforming Personal and Professional Life by Rosamund Stone Zander and Benjamin Zander.   In it the authors shared some of the practices they’ve used to create and live in a world of possibilities.   One of which is “Giving an A”.   The concept behind “Giving an A”   In the book, Ben Zander who is a music teacher shares how at the start of each semester he tells his students they will all get an ‘A’ grade at the end of the term.   One requirement.   Each student
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Why Playing Games Is Important In Your Life

How well you play the game of life comes down to the sum of your choices. Whatever you decide, don’t be the chess piece, be the chess player. - Unknown   When was the last time you played a game?   And by game I mean the fun kind, where it brings out the child inside of you to come out and play as you engage in some friendly competition, bonding with those involved.   As a kid, my friends and I would often play make believe or make up random games before video games were introduced in the 80s.  
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15 Life Lessons From Bruce Lee

“The key to immortality is first living a life worth remembering”.  – Bruce Lee   If you were to ask me who I’d like to have at my dinner table dead or alive, Bruce Lee would be one of them. Besides being an actor, director, martial artist, philanthropist, and a great philosopher, he was the master of self-mastery.   When he said, "You just wait, I'm going to be the biggest Chinese Star in the world." He sure accomplished it. He was named one of Time Magazine’s 100 most influential people of the 20th century.   In his work and life, he
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What Is The True Meaning of Love

Love can be defined in so many different ways. It’s difficult to pinpoint the definition of love in the English language because love itself is so vast and multifaceted.   Using this one word to encompass how we feel and what we do for others is dependent on circumstances and our relationships with people. It makes it complex.   Add to it the layers of our own experiences, and our different values and beliefs it certainly makes love complicated. And makes it hard to define the true meaning of love.   However, I think we all can agree that love
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