Encouragement: The Complete Collection

you-can-do-anything-but-not-everything

You can do anything, but not everything

We still talk endlessly about balance or our lack there of. We struggle with the juggle. We are exhausted. In many cases we have thrown our hands up in the air, dropped our heads in despair, and figured that we would just have to settle for this life, unsatisfactory as it feels, because this is

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unprecedented

Your next moment is unprecedented

It doesn’t matter where you come from. It doesn’t matter who you were last week, last month, last year or last decade. It doesn’t matter what school you went to, who your friends are, how nice your parents were, or who your boss is. Your past is over. None of it matters now. What matters

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20-thoughts-to-fuel-your-fire

Want to write? 20 thoughts to fuel your fire.

If you want to be a writer, then write. Be consistent and make a commitment to your work. Don’t wait for perfect timing or circumstances to write. You don’t have to go on retreat, lock yourself away or climb a mountain to find space. Steal the moments. 10 minutes is enough to get down some

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starting-a-creative-project-its-messy

Starting a creative project …it’s messy.

Whether it’s starting a new business, developing a strategy, delivering a project or making art, we all have a process, even if we think it looks nothing like one – because processes are meant to be structured and linear and creativity is often anything but. In fact, the creativity process can look something like this:

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Burn the boats

Go to the island, burn the boats

How committed are you to your purpose? How excited are you to do your work in the world? How ready are you to step into your power, to be seen, to really do something meaningful? If you’re nodding and saying yes to yourself, or you feel like you’re even on the outskirts of this vicinity,

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Learning to sta

Learning to stay

I set my timer, which gently chimes at five minute intervals with a double chime at the end. Five minutes passed like it was a few seconds. Then ten minutes. Then fifteen. And then it started. First, just a slight restlessness. Then a growing sense of discomfort. In my knees. In my ankles. An intense

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