The preachers mindset is telling us "I have already found the truth and my job now is to convince everyone of what I know to be true". The prosecutors mindset is telling us "I'm trying to win an argument which means, I must prove you wrong". The politicians mindset is telling us "I'm going to... Continue Reading →
"We shall not cease from exploration and the end of all of our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time."
My perception of 'time' has always defaulted to something along the lines of: it is our greatest and most precious resource and to use it with care. I realize now that I have been bamboozled.
Next time you are hungry, find your way to a fantastic meal.
Whether you prepare it yourself or have it prepared for you; it matters not.
Have you ever come across this?
You're speaking to all types of people and having all types of conversations but when you unplug for a moment - you feel isolated?
In the face of certainty we, paradoxically feel we have the license to act when in fact, it is in the face of uncertainty - we are the most free.
Change is often nothing more than an unexpected opportunity.
Don't get me wrong, 2020 was not only a humbling year but a successful one by any measure. Receiving a "Diamond Award" with Homesmart simply showcases the amount of impact I was able to have in serving my clients, family and friends.
But sometimes, we must seek to not only understand when to change the direction of our path but when/whom may have the ability to help us change the speed of our trajectory.
What would the world look like on the day the givers asked for help? In the face of the unavoidable struggle life presents all of us, there is an imperceptible predisposition in the makings of the actual path on which the empath follows. A trap of sorts. One in which like clockwork, unknowing to themselves,... Continue Reading →
I came across an article the other day that struck me. Banks will collect more than $30 billion in overdraft fees in 2020 This headline brought me back to my first years in banking and investments and how this headline is an ongoing gap in the financial service industry, even now - almost 16 years... Continue Reading →