Security or freedom? My whole life these two values have battled it out. I still have the notebook from a number of years ago when I went through Tony Robbins’ program Personal Power 2. One of the exercises had you list out your values and then arrange them. Ten lines, ten values in order of importance. In my scribbled handwriting, the word FREEDOM is written on line 1, and SECURITY on line 2. Connecting them
When I walked into my AirBnb for the first time, the birdcage decoration on the coffee table caught my eye straight away. As someone who has spent the past decade working to create a life on my own terms, there was a deeper, more symbolic meaning behind it for me. Despite aspiring to freedom for so long, I realized I had never precisely defined it for myself. I thought about it a lot, I
It might not be easy to come up with your personal philosophy, but it will certainly be worth every minute you invest. Let’s explore how you can better understand your own internal compass and use it to your advantage. So without further ado, keep reading to find out how to write your own personal philosophy and unlock your full potential. What’s a Personal Philosophy? Great humanitarians, spiritual leaders, religions, and organizations all have one.
Ever feel like standing up, flipping off your boss and pulling a Jerry Maguire? Or firing all your pain-in-the-ass clients? You’ve probably heard of the concept of f*ck you money—the amount of money that would put you in a position to be able to do this (theoretically, of course). What that number is depends a lot on who you’re talking to. Exactly How Much Money is F*ck You Money? Most people equate f*ck you money