In reading Brendan Bruchard’s book, The Charge: Activating the 10 Human Drives that Make You Feel Alive, I came across a statement that rocked my mind. It rocked me in that I have always believed what he says to be true, but I was never quite able to articulate it in the concisely profound way
YOU ARE (NOT).
ATTACK OF THE BAD PICTURE
Everyone takes bad pictures, and by bad pictures, I mean that the camera has caught them at an unflattering angle which creates a misrepresenting image. Often though, we allow our minds to create bad pictures that don’t even exist. We allow our self-critical nature distort the images we see in photos, mirrors and in reflections: we
CRAYONS AND CROWNS
As a child I could never differentiate the pronunciation between crayons and crowns, maybe it’s because I needed to attend speech therapy classes (which I did and received lots of stickers for my strides of progress), or because in my mind I never understood the point of a crown. In my candyland and lollipop world,