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 →
This year was pivotal for me in many ways. I'm sure it was the same for many of you. Even though there were many more, here are 10 things that I hold close as we head into 2021. Happy New Year.
There is a constant panic in the air when you're a real estate agent, I've come to observe. Where will I get my next deal? Am I good enough to attract clients? How will I convince the next person to work with me? These types of questions lead us down the rabbit hole of finding... Continue Reading →
If we zoom out, we may come to see the fact that we - human beings - live in a vast ecosystem far greater than ourselves. Earth. If we zoom out further, we may come to see the fact that Earth, a life force in and of itself, lives within a vast ecosystem greater than... Continue Reading →
When we are young, we have no choice. Our imagination is all that we have. There is no past. There is nothing to reminisce. There is nothing to morn. There is nothing to hold on to. But soon, without counsel, we are nudged forward. Forward into experience. Into discovery. Hope. Love. Loss. And all those... Continue Reading →
It is an evolutionary advantage to worry. It is an evolutionary advantage to worry. Because when we worry, our body physiologically becomes in a state of survival - which in turn heightens our awareness and likelihood of survival. But here's another truth:
Recently in my life, the notion of success has come up over and over again. Quite a bit. There is an axiom within our cultural lexicon that time and time again brings us back to the notion that success seemingly pushes us away from "ourselves". That it forces you to become many things; anything but your true self.