Seven books handpicked from my shelf that will turn you into a bad ass in 2017. Plus, learn how I increased my reading by 114% in less than six months in 2016.
The Year Of Fear Project uses challenged based approaches to find interesting, fun, and innovative ways to abandon your comfort zone. Learn the origin of the project and how it can help you change your relationship with fear, uncertainty, and taking risks.
Do you you want to be the most interesting, dynamic, enthralling person in the room? Then AVOID the #1 one thing 90% of people do… (Hint: after you read about it, you’ll see everyone doing it constantly).
In the holiday season of “giving gifts,” I ask you to consider giving a unique one that could help save the life of someone you love.
Life isn’t always easy; but if you can find opportunities in your oppositions you’ll spend less time wishing things weren’t so hard and more time being grateful that they are.
Everything I still owned after downsizing my Midwest life could fit in the back of a rented compact SUV. At 25, I couldn’t decide if that was exciting or depressing. I had 900 miles to figure out what the hell I was going to do on the other side of this drive. I didn’t know […]
3300 feet up in the air – I couldn’t think. I couldn’t breath. The view may have been beautiful but my headspace was a war zone. At a really inconvenient time I discovered, I was terrified of heights. Right about here… In this moment, I wanted to shut down. Life was not thebomb.com. It reminded […]
When was the last time you did something for the first time? In 2013, my friend Ally and I committed to doing something new, something outside of our comfort zone or something that scared us everyday. (You can read more about that experience here). The amount of response we got from this challenge was overwhelming. […]
I found this stellar gratitude prompt on Crystal Wilkerson’s blog the other day and I found it to be incredibly valuable. As you go throughout your day, find ways to appreciate the “common” things that you normally take for granted or even complain about. What could you be happy about in any situation if you […]
A friend and I recently explored an annual art show here in Austin. This art show is unusual in the aspect that it takes place inside the studio spaces where artists actually create their work and are not often accessible to the public. I’ve always been mystified by spaces where others breathe life into ideas. […]