Quote of the Week

Quote of the Week

Don't be afraid to abandon your faults. Confucius (551—479 B.C.E) What does this quote mean to you? Contemplate, question, and comment below  ↓ 

The Paradox of Proficient Striving

The Paradox of Proficient Striving

This is the paradox of proficient striving: those who put their whole heart and soul into realizing a vision, a passion or a project —while actually enjoying the process—can do so because they are unattached from the outcome. They view life as play, and the pursuit of passion as an end in itself.

Life doesn’t happen to you; life happens for you

Life doesn’t happen to you; life happens for you

"The best way to predict the future is to create it."- Peter Drucker Most of us are not prepared for the responsibility of creating our lives. So we pretend that we don’t have it at all. We pretend that we are leaves in the wind; that we are victims of circumstance instead of victors of [...]