When delivered in a constructive way, difficult feedback can be the most helpful thing.
I often hear about how difficult it is for people to say what they have to say when they imagine it’s going to be difficult for the other person to hear.
First of all, how do we know what’s difficult for someone to hear?
What do public speaking, child birth, and death have in common?
Procrastination is a strategy that protects us from feeling.
The way you eat and how you spend your time are weirdly related.
Thinking you can do more than you can is a recipe for feeling frustrated.
To move the needle on what matters, I have to be current.