I know myself. I know where I am in life. I know what I want right now. And I know how much time I want to invest in my career. Right now, I don't want to invest 60+ hours a week in my job. So I wouldn't apply for a position that requires that, no … Continue reading Know What You’re Ready For
Remind yourself every day that you cannot abandon your purpose. You are not here to make money for the sole purpose of making money, no matter how much you are offered. You are here to serve people with your gift(s). Money is necessary but money is only a tool, not a goal. I went into … Continue reading Purpose Over Pennies
This week, I've begun taking an honest inventory of the way I spend my time. There are 24 hours in a day. I choose not to be productive for some of them. I am unable to be productive for others (sleep is a necessity, the only question is how much do we need). Being three … Continue reading Hump Day Vibing
It is a new year (you can pretty much say that for the first month-ish of a year, right?). 2017 (Crazy that I was born 30 years ago). And, to me, that just means that this is a new day. But to some, that means resolutions. What resolutions have you made? What are you going … Continue reading The Steps
My two-week vacation officially ends today and tomorrow's post will speak on returning to the office after a lengthy (1 week or more) holiday (as the British call it). Today, I announce to the world (or those of it who care) that I am leaving my current position as Assistant Director of Annual Giving within … Continue reading As I Close This Chapter
Success. Such a simple word that is unable to be defined. I can define every other word I have typed thus far in this post with ease for you. The trick about success is you have to define it for yourself. If you're a musician, being successful could be represented by the winning of a … Continue reading Really Take Time and Think
"It is not enough to be busy; so are the ants. The question is: What are we busy about?" -- Henry David Thoreau People spend their entire lives being busy and, at the end, have accomplished nothing. And, changing the world like an MLK, Jr. or a Mark Zuckerburg is not what I mean when … Continue reading Busy? Busy Doing What?