Perfectionism is the greatest trap we fall in. Our entire society, our businesses, our culture runs on this idea. We’re all lesser for it. This past week, I had a meeting scheduled with a successful entrepreneur in Atlanta. Before the call, I started hoping he wouldn’t attend the call. I was unsure of what value… Continue reading Be Human, Be An Imperfectionist
We fail to grow during this time of isolation because of a few unconscious lessons we learned during our time in school. The antidote is to choose ourselves.
Life can take us the highest peaks of life and bring us down in a moment. The following is a true story seldom heard off in the Western world of a prince that saw both and how it defined his legacy that teaches us how to manage change. It was the night before his coronation… Continue reading The Prince’s Exile
s smart, intelligent, driven & successful people, we are used to getting our way. We want to always be in control. It is hard to let go of control. But the process of real transformation happens when we surrender, let go, and trust so that a better answer can come to us. So that we can find a means of going on.
For those feeling overwhelmed (hint: it’s all of us), the wrong thing to do is to impose our will on the world. The best thing to do is to find what’s certain in our lives.
In these times of great anxiety, we need something to ground ourselves, give us hope in our ability to get through this. Our relationships are the greatest source of resilience and strength. The man came to see the woman, a long lost lover. He came from the town into the big city, without much money.… Continue reading Love in the Time of Corona
It was a cold November evening in London. The sun had started to set by 4 PM. Our days would start at 8 AM when the sun was barely visible. By the time the day would end, it would be dark again. But on this particular day, after a hasty dinner, a group of fresh… Continue reading The President and The Swami