I've been enlightened. Lewis Howes has rocked my world in introducing such an amazing book on the topic of what it means to be a man in a world where men are seen in a certain light, regarded in certain ways dependant on their culture or upbringing. There are only a few books that I've… Continue reading “The Mask of Masculinity” – Lewis Howes
I think it's time to be a little vulnerable and just let down my guard right now about who I really am. If you've known me within the past seven years, this will most likely come to you as a shocker, or, maybe not. Depends on who you are and how much you were able… Continue reading Letting Go of the Mask
Building yourself up is key to continuous growth and soulful prosperity. Did that sound good? Took me like 10 minutes to figure out how to start this blog post. All I really want to say is that there's something special about creating. This could involve things like writing, drawing, photography, videography, dance, building a tree… Continue reading Healing in Creating
No matter how much you know in life, it will never come close to the importance of PEOPLE. I've written a similar topic about this before on the importance of being able to learn to deal with people in the workplace environment. This particular case focuses more on the KNOWING of people rather than learning to… Continue reading Not WHAT You Know
You've ever had that friend that simply cannot stay out of your business for just a few things in your life? They absolutely HAVE to know everything about you, how your day is going, and what you had for breakfast that morning? ANNOYING to say the least. I've known a few people who are like that and for the life of them they can't seem to just let things go if they know it's just not their business. If they aren't part of the conversation, then they just freak out and it thus hinders your relationship with them.
In the end, it comes down to the people, good, bad, tall or small, the components of a company are made up of brains, body, mind, and soul which should always be the heart of a company.
No one wants to speak to a robot, so embrace your weirdness and allow yourself to make mistakes. Eventually, you'll just get better, but you have to allow yourself the opportunity to just say something rather than hold back and risk an "imperfect" conversation.