In the middle of chaos, we are quick to forget what matters most...it is not things.
Psychologists say that most of our issues come from us wanting to be accepted by our parents. And, that our parents have issues based on their search for acceptance from their parents; and, so on. I can’t deny there is truth in those statements. Have you ever encountered a person that appears to be very... Continue Reading →
Wanting something sends a signal to the world that we aren't enough.
Recently, someone told me: "You have always been a person of passion. I think you should use it as a way to make the event successful." It was a suggestion referring to a leadership event I was organizing at the time. And I followed the advice. For many years, I was told that in order... Continue Reading →