Radical Acceptance

What’s something every week we can accept? Not fix. Not scheme. Not fret over or worry about. Simply accept. There’s a hidden power in the act of accepting a situation, circumstance or state of mind (or being). Let’s say there are seven arenas in one city- all made for different battles. Acceptance helps us leave

Emphasis matters

We tend to value the process of fixing problems more than the process of determining which problems to fix. In some ways it’s incredible because we have such a resilience for overcoming adversity in our jobs, relationships, families, and lives. However, it’s a much better use of resources to make sure we are working on

Wait or Move. But not think.

Thinking… it’s such an interesting concept. It feels like you’re doing something and yet not doing anything at all. Obviously there’s a difference in actively thinking – when you’re troubleshooting a problem, working through an idea, etc. however this could be argued that you’re really moving. It’s internal thought building but there’s movement involved. That’s