Feeling sorry for a person is not helpful in situations where people are in pain. Empathy becomes the bridge that connects two people together and creates a space for more genuine understanding and compassion.

If you ever poured out your heart to someone and all you got was “I am sorry you are going through this,” you know exactly what I mean. Read More

But what we have now, in midlife, that we have never had before, is the luxury of hindsight. We now know what we would do if we could go back in time.

What if everything up until now has been a learning experience and we can finally set ourselves on a path to live with authenticity?Read More

I went back to my good old time tracker, where I tracked my time in 30 minutes intervals using a simple excel spreadsheet. I did this for seven days and was shocked at what I discovered. I was spending upwards of two hours a day reading various newsletters and subscriptions that come directly into my inbox. My time suck was my email! And for over two decades now (no kidding) I take pride in my Inbox Zero.Read More

Doing a great number of things doesn’t mean you’re getting anything meaningful done. As we all know, busy does not equal productive. Here are my five easy time management tips and after years of searching, I can say with certainty that they are all you will ever need to use every hour of your day to your liking! Read More

it seems to me that the meaning of success is one of those innate concepts we know, deep down, is to be and do whatever makes us truly happy. But we do not necessarily, outwardly, behave that way.

How do we, then, measure that success?

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