• I know the best things in my life increase with the intensity and depth of my commitment to them
  • I know that what I say “yes” to is just as important as what I say “no” to
  • I know each of us experiences life and learns in different ways. I also know we can learn from each other when we are not forced into a single way
  • I know that when I only see two choices or none, there are more I’m not seeing
  • I know that disappointment is an unavoidable part of life. I also know that I choose my response and the meaning I give those experiences
  • I know life is more meaningful and satisfying when I completely own it:
    • It means I am responsible for everything
    • It means I don’t live in a victim mindset
    • It means I lead my life instead of manage it
    • It means I don’t use my circumstances or other people as excuses when I fall short
    • It means I decide what I believe
  • I know that the only person who can truly change my circumstances or my life is me. I know sometimes I forget that and fall into a victim mindset. I bet you do too
  • I know that more is possible when I let go of how things are “supposed to be” and embrace what IS and the future I desire
  • I know that small steps equal big steps over time. I know that the easiest way to make progress is to start with the smallest step I can think of
  • I know that progress comes when I show up to “do the work” on a consistent basis, even when I don’t feel like it
  • I know the stories and facts I share are less important than my actions which demonstrate what I’m really about
  • I know taking action is hard when I lack confidence or I’m not sure which direction to go. I bet you do you too
  • I know the path to freedom means shaking off resistance and analysis paralysis by taking action
  • I know it’s less about having the right formulation to start and more about doing something and learning through iteration
  • I know I get off track and have unproductive days. I bet you do too
  • I know the path to getting back on track and making progress towards what’s important is restarting
  • I know I do better work and get out of my own way with the help of trusted advisors, coaches and mentors who speak into my life. I know that I’m the best judge of who those people should be. You are too
  • I know that when I get to the end of my life, I want to proudly and confidently say that I
    • Was a light to others
    • Brought laughter and joy
    • Provoked thoughtful introspection and discomfort which produced growth
    • Changed the trajectory of people’s lives
    • Was an agent of personal transformation

And this is why I do the work that I do

Will you join me?