We all love a good movie. But of course life is different than the movies. I’m not talking about different as in spies fighting on top of a speeding train, or the hero riding off into the sunset. We all know that’s not real life. Or at least not every
Wondering where I’ve been the last few days? I’ve been working on this book: The Secret of Habits: The Real-World Guide To Turning Small Changes Into Lifelong Transformations It’s really my attempt at putting everything I know about changing habits and changing your life onto paper. I just hope you
Can you be friends with an ex lover? That’s the question I talk about today. My answer is “Yes, but with some important caveats.”
Today I talk about going outside of my comfort zone and why I think it benefits me even if there’s no existential reward, simply because it teaches me something about myself every time and expands my sphere of control just a little bit.
I was talking a few days ago with a former student about what I might do differently if I could live my teens and twenties over again. (I’m in my mid-thirties now so still young I’d say.) Of course there are a lot of mistakes people make when they’re younger