Let’s admit something together—our world needs a lot more love and care. Let’s accept something together—we are the only ones to do it. So what do you care about? Better yet, what are you doing about it? When we care deeply about something, we find […]
The research on this certainly varies a bit, but the average person speaks anywhere from 7,000 to 20,000 words per day. Even if we played it super safe and just went with 5,000 words per day that is plenty for us to make our case […]
In the late 1970s, the first fire safety PSA became a household phrase. The campaign starred Dick Van Dyke rolling on the floor as if his clothes were on fire urging us to “Stop, Drop, and Roll!” In 2006, Elizabeth Gilbert coined a new three-word […]
There is a good chance you care about many things. From our friends and family to our communities and climate, we make commitments to the things we value.
When asked the question, “What do you care about?” our initial response might focus on the nouns in our life. I care about friends, family, or my pets. I care about my phone, video games, or digital devices.
There quietly exists an Eighth Wonder of the World that is actually responsible for the Seven Wonders of the World with which we are all familiar. It is the human brain. Weighing in at just three pounds, it is designed to send messages back and forth for our lungs to take in oxygen, our heart to pump blood, and our digestive system to grind food into fuel.
There are certain quotes, sayings, or idioms we hear so many times they actually actively impact the way we live. Maybe you have been told to “break a leg” or that “the ball is in your court.”
There is a pretty darn good chance that most of us will either sit or stand at some point throughout the day. There is also a pretty good chance that most of us don’t really think about this much, but we should.
Sir Isaac Newton formulated that energy cannot be destroyed. It just changes from one form to another. Everything contains energy whether it is still or moving. For us personally, it’s our motivation that puts our energy into gear whether we are unmotivated or apathetic in neutral, moving forward and progressing in drive, or sliding backwards in reverse.
It’s the start of a new year. Can you feel it? Are you full of hope or full of doubt? Energized or reluctant? Optimistic, pessimistic or somewhere in between? Wherever you are and whatever you’re feeling, we’re going to launch into this year with a ton of optimism.