Playing Chopsticks…When You Should be Playing Mozart…

We all know the maxim: “If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.” We tend to describe ourselves very “hammer-like”…very vanilla…not too much to us…I’m just an x or y…not much talent needed to do what I do…I work at so so so…I work inContinue reading “Playing Chopsticks…When You Should be Playing Mozart…”

How Important is Humility?

A class at Harvard College was asked to describe the most humble person they knew. One characteristic stood out: They had a high level of self esteem. They knew who they were, and they felt good about who they were. In an article discussing humility on the site – The Art of Manliness – byContinue reading “How Important is Humility?”

Stop Telling Yourself “It’s because you don’t have the money…”

A lack of money seems to be the reason most people give for not having, not doing and not becoming better, smarter or further ahead in life. “If I just had more money I would…” We all have a response that we could plug in there. But is it really about money? I had theContinue reading “Stop Telling Yourself “It’s because you don’t have the money…””