I've spoken a lot lately about discovering your passions and finding your purpose, but I realized I've been missing this one important distinction.
If our purpose is what we're good at, what we love and what others need, how do you find your passion when you have no idea what you want?
After interviewing over 50 guests on my weekly podcast, this is the best advice I've received and now give others for turning any dream into a reality.
We're often told to find our unique purpose, but what if there wasn't anything to find? What if we all have the same purpose, with different ways to get there?
You don't find your purpose by sitting and trying to figure it out. You discover it by exploring and experimenting. Here's how to find your purpose sweet spot.
In this article, I share a recent talk I gave at my high school on the 10 characteristics of a champion, based on lessons learned from 50+ podcast guests.
Back in episode 43, I interviewed spoken word poet Kyle Louw. During our interview, Kyle shared a poem containing these 18 things for quarter lifers to remember.
Simplifying our lives has numerous benefits, but what happens when we take the decluttering process too far? Is there a dangerous side of minimalism?
It's easy to simplify the big things like our homes or wardrobes. But have you considered these 5 small things that are still cluttering your life?