Our obsession with “getting it right” is holding us back from doing our best work and preventing us from doing the ONE thing we actually need to do to grow.
Have you ever put something out you thought was AMAZING and then the world was like, “this sucks?”
What does it *really* mean when we say “do the work?” Because we’re doing a LOT of work and nothing is happening.
A few weeks ago, I put out an Instagram story I thought was hilarious. My fans thought it was hilarious too and I felt awesome for being an Insta celeb genius. I found out later that my hilarious story had offended some people. Some moms. And now there’s this group of parents who hate me. (…)
On those days when you feel like a hack, don’t listen to your thoughts.
There’s a woman who celebrates her wins with a donut. As in, she literally buys herself a donut every time something good happens in her career and then she posts a photo of it (click at your own hunger risk). It’s made her more appreciative of the little things, identifying more wins, blah blah blah we’ve all (…)
On a random Tuesday in – actually no wait, maybe it was was a Wednesday? Honestly, I have no idea what day it was and it’s not at all relevant to the story. The story is that it was mid-day on a day with nothing planned when my mother found my grandmother getting all dolled up. My mom is (…)