It's about the hard work in the middle, the crossing, when nothing feels like it is happening, but you just have to keep on paddling and not give up on the story.Read More
Finish the move! That is what our self defense teacher used to yell at us in training.Read More
I received a message this morning from a friend of mine, sharing how helpful it has been to start journaling, just writing her thoughts and daydreams down.Read More
You know that nagging feeling that things could be better and that you can make them better?
Well you are not alone, everyone knows that feeling.Read More
What can you do a little bit better than you did yesterday?Read More
How do you know you are on the right track?
For me, whenever I start something new,Read More
It’s my daughter’s birthday today, so we are celebrating. We woke her up early with a bowl of ice cream with birthday candles.Read More
Do you know what happens to the breakfast you just ate?Read More
When you head out to your goal, it is like swimming in open water in the ocean. It’s a long stretch, it’s often difficult to see, there are unexpected currents, and sometimes sharks.Read More
Here are three questions that will send you on a quest. These three questions are the basic questions that frame every story and they will help you get clarity and plot a course in life and work.Read More
Just: Keep it simple, keep it organised.Read More
A friend of mine, Maryke, has a saying she usually throws out during an insane CrossFit workout;Read More
Why is it important to know who you are and what you want in life?Read More
In the story of Theseus, who went to battle the half man half bull, the Minotaur, in the Labyrinth, he was given a way out of the deadly maze.Read More
Sometimes when we ask questions of life like,
‘What am I supposed to do with my life?’
‘Where will I end up?’Read More
I really dislike, no, hate that question.
I hate it because it is really difficult for me to answer, and there is so much baggage with all the words that are used to describe what I doRead More
Here’s an interesting fact, back in the day, when missionaries used to travel by ship to the other side of the world they only bought a one way ticket and a coffin.Read More