Know that your own heart is good and live your life with the best intentions and never apologize if someone doesn’t like that. Apologize if you have intentionally inflicted harm on another, but not if you spoke your truth and it bothered them.
Sometimes all you need when you feel a little lost, is a conversation with a good friend you haven’t seen in a while.
There is so much power in embracing who you are, weirdness and all. Because however old you are, your weird is what make you you.
I am down on copycats and trend followers. I like podcasting too much and value my own sanity (and the sanity of other awesome people) too much to think that the world needs us to collectively waste time on other people’s self-indulgent personal brand building.
The world needs more people who care about how others feel instead of just being concerned with themselves. The world needs your honesty and the world needs your heart.
The best piece of advice can be summarized by three simple words: “you do you.” The secret steps to this are as follow…
We need more of you in the world.
One sentence, three words, changed the course of my life. I left my job in search of something else, something authentic. I made a promise to “find something authentic.”
You know the type. Standing in the circle, but rolling eyes, or half-chuckling at whatever hilarious, yet profound thing you just said. And then, once they’ve had enough of that, hopefully they wander away, and don’t actively seek to leave a wake of destruction made of you and your self-worth.
If you like getting paid to know things about pasta and wine, then this is the job for you!