The reasons for gratitude are all around us. You just have to engage in your world to be aware of its beauty.
The truth often is that the big goals, the ones you really want and work for, take trial and failure and the wisdom that only comes with experience.
The greatest salespeople in the world know how to spin a good yarn, and so should you.
A trip to the ice skating rink taught our author an important life lesson: Falling is part of the process. It’s part of any new endeavor, if you think about it.
In some cases, side hustlers may be better off working for free. Here are a few scenarios in which it makes sense.
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Chase your biggest goal and make sure to learn along the way.
The most important stories are the ones you tell yourself. It’s time to rewrite the script.
Next time the stakes are highest, break down the barriers and bridge the gaps by telling a story.