Good questions

fog

You can drown in information. Without a way to define what you are seeing it may be difficult to find what you need. When the right questions are asked then answers will emerge. Instead of looking for quick answers, take the time to develop good questions.

Momentum

gears

Building momentum starts with taking one step, then another, and then another. In time, these steps will become a habit and a part of who you are. The tough thing about developing a new routine is that you typically have to make time for it or give up something else to make it happen. It’s often easier said than done … Read More

Boundaries

maze walls

Boundaries can exist physically as well as mentally.  Removing them can be as easy as shifting your perspective or as hard as forcing your way through.  The best approach depends on what needs to be accomplished. Dissolving a boundary is different and involves developing understanding.