Realizing when you're wrong sucks SO BAD, but the more important thing is making sure that you go forward armed with the new knowledge and not burdened by it.
TV is entertaining, no doubt. And I'm sure if I let myself, I could really get into Game of Thrones, or follow the Orange is the New Black saga with bated breath, or find a couple of new releases to patronize each weekend. But in all honesty, entertainment, especially mindless entertainment, is not productive. And when seeking entertainment becomes the main focus of your free time, you are losing out on so many awesome points of life!
I highly encourage you to search up conferences related to your passions and professions. Not only will you return with renewed purpose, you will connect with others who are like-minded and maybe, just maybe, you will have one encounter that alters your course for good.
I'm currently sitting in Las Vegas with 4 hours to kill. My friend had a seminar to attend from 11-3, and since I didn't have any other plans this weekend and don't mind chilling on my own for a bit, I decided to tag along and get dropped off at the hotel early while he... Continue Reading →
I listened to a snippet of a podcast today from Lewis Howes in which one theme was "we don't grow when things are fabulous". In other words, we tend not to expand ourselves when things are already going pretty great. It is only when we face hardship that we truly test our inner mettle and... Continue Reading →