Healing is not linear. It takes strength, resilience, and time to heal. Healing builds resilience, and resilience builds more healing.
A MUST-WATCH! With humor, wit, and astoundingly relatable positivity, Travis Mills shares his remarkable and heart-wrenching story and the lessons he learned along the way. Travis, his story, and his perspective serve as resounding inspiration and a lesson for all of us in growing through tragedy, resilience, determination, love, and attitude!
There's a concept that I love of having a North Star, or maybe a few North Stars, in your life. (I especially love the...
I'm Tom Taylor, a Functional Medicine Health Coach, and I'm absolutely fired up about fighting the normalization of disease in our lives. Pursuing deep health is how you give your passion power - the wings it needs to take flight - so you can live a life ON FIRE, with passion, purpose, and contribution.
What do you want? And, what do you need? Those are two very important questions. They're also two very distinct questions. Understanding that distinction can be key to realizing your dreams and becoming your best self.
Rachel Ellner Lebensohn talks with Kevin Prewett on Rising Tide Startups Podcast.
Choose hope over doubt, and hope over fear. Choose curiosity over defeat, and curiosity over disempowerment. Choose hope and curiosity, every single time! Because your choice matters; and it makes a difference!
Often times, whether in business or in life, fear holds us back from discovering what our purpose is. It can be disguised in anxiety, apathy, or acidity, but if we give ourselves permission to explore our curiosity, it can lead us to finding our passions.
One way or another, many of us dedicate our lives to something other than our own self-interest.
It might be a spouse, a child, a career or...
The following is one of the most inspiring and beautiful examples of the power of positive connection, of love, of the human spirit, of creativity, and of everything that Seyopa stands for! Watch this video! Boston Conservatory at Berklee student Shelbie Rassler convened a virtual orchestra of 74 of her peers to create connection in a time of social distancing.