Self-care is NOT a selfish act Self-care is NOT a selfish act. On the other hand, lack of self-care is an irresponsible strategy. Let us think about it… Caring for others is important. However, if you are broke (or broken), your capacity to care for others is heavily diminished. If you are not standing on… Continue reading
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What is a real missed opportunity?
One of my favorite quotes is actually an African proverb. It goes like this: When you want to go fast, go alone. When you want to go far, go together. It’s easy to understand and equally easy to forget, unfortunately. With that in the background, let’s get to answering the question we started with: What… Continue reading
Why MANY smart people take shortcuts and how you can avoid that trap
Shortcut (def): shorter alternative route If the right shortcuts are taken, it’s a good thing. For example, you are driving home everyday on a particular route. One day, your friend tells you about a shorter alternative route. If you take that route, you might save time AND money. Using a shortcut of this nature is… Continue reading