The greatest life lessons I’ve learned in life have been through my dogs. Dogs are natural leaders, healers, and friends.
When you allow yourself to reinvent, you’re saying yes to risks and rewards. When you open to fluidity, you free yourself to experience the ride.
Healthy conflict can lift us to new levels of thinking and interacting and excite a new way of viewing the world and empowering relationships.
In terms of achieving goals, making excuses gets us nowhere Yet many, including myself, use them. They offer a temporary reprieve from responsibility.
An expanding mind is one that refuses to get old and stale. It is alive with possibility and searches for new ways to stretch.
To focus on pleasing others typically means you’ve placed what’s important to you on the back burner. It’s vital to you that others admire your work.
Attitude is powerful. If you’ve got a good one, you can empower others. However, a bad attitude can undermine in a flash.
To remove clutter will open you up to a brand new view on life. When your landscape is clear, you can move forward with ease.
The benefits of routine are vast. Routine can catapult us to great heights because it ensures pertinent steps are never ignored.
Life will always be full of ups and downs. How we react to them will determine our level of joy in life. Both teach lessons if we pay attention.