There are three pieces of baggage that your team is very likely dragging around every day. Here’s a quick summary of what these “pieces of baggage” look like and how you might set them down and leave them behind once and for all.
Weekly inspirational thoughts from our founder and chief imagination officer, Mark Henson.
One thing I know for sure: you haven’t truly lived until you discover four inches of sewer poop water in your basement on a Friday night.
Funny what happens when you give yourself some space. Interesting things start presenting themselves, makin’ you think about weird stuff. Like dying.
This week I have a super bold challenge for you. It is about as counter-intuitive and counter-culture as it can be. It is also perhaps the most challenging challenge in the history of challenges. And potentially the most rewarding.
If you’ve ever been scared shitless, here is a simple process that will keep you from becoming completely paralyzed.
If you want to learn how to save time, I have an idea to share with you that may just challenge everything you think about time.
Things are going to be different from now on. Good different. Better Different. And it all came from a recent, two-part aha moment.
Today I’m going to teach you how to ride a bike. Well, I’m going to share with you how I ride a bike. And truthfully, this post has nothing to do with how to ride a bike. But it has everything to do with handling the ups and downs of life more efficiently.
I’m a lone wolf personality, but a lone wolf can only accomplish so much on its own. Not to mention, a lone wolf can easily become a lonely wolf.