Posts Tagged: work

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From Corporate Life to Entrepreneurial Endeavors

A few months back, I hosted my first live stream event in Lisbon with life coach Kate Bagoy.  But it didn’t go well.  It went GREAT, like…2,100 views great. This was a scary moment for me for a number of reasons: 1) I’ve seen people operate tech with more ease than I do, 2) being…

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Should You Become An Entrepreneur?

Being an entrepreneur is hard.  It doesn’t come with an instruction manual (though it should), and YOU are the one who has to make all the decisions.  The weight of the world sits quietly on your shoulders whispering, “Don’t mess up” in the moments when you don’t know what to do.  The decision making piece…

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The Question of Why: How I Got a Step Closer to My Life’s Purpose

Pairs Well With…Slight Changes in Course + Mind Benders + Deep thinking + Self Reflection You know that feeling you get when you read something that doesn’t sit well with you, for whatever reason?  Maybe an article or an idiotic tweet, and it makes your blood boil? You’re fired up and your first instinct is…

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5 Key Traits That Lead You To Million Dollar Ideas

Pairs Well With…”Giving up on your goal because of one setback is like slashing your other three tires because you got a flat.” – Unknown “You know, you might be one of the happiest people I know.  You’re like…rainbows and sunshine…pretty much all the time.  Either that or you really keep up a good front,…

Motorbikes & Dongs: Vietnam’s Sensory Overload

Pairs Well With…Motorbikes + Dongs + Sensory Overload Motorbikes.  Dongs.  Pho.  Those three things, all plentiful throughout the city, are what I first noticed upon my arrival to Vietnam.  (Imagine, if you will, the number of dong jokes that are exchanged within our group each day.) Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Saigon), month 2…

Mystery Meat & Asia Acclimation: My First Few Days of Remote Year

Pairs Well With… “Fill your life with adventures, not things.  Have stories to tell, not stuff to show.”  I ate a lot of balls this week, which I believe are various sorts of colorful mystery meat. No, seriously: meatballs, fishballs, riceballs.  I started noticing a geometric pattern in my eating.  Circles represent being complete or…

It’s My Job & I’ll Quit If I Want To

“What will you do for a job while on Remote Year?” asked…everyone. While I was still in the throes of determining my job, I knew immediately what I was not going to do anymore – anything that doesn’t make me happy or feed my soul. Ya feel me? Life Truth #1: It is just as…

Ready For Takeoff: One Year Abroad

Pairs Well With… “Kyrie” by Mr. Mister   Sometimes we need to hit reboot, even in our lives.  Change not only keeps things fresh but keeps us alert, so we’re not allowing life to pass us by.  There’s nothing less satisfying than finding yourself riding in the passenger’s seat of your own life and dictated…

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Presence & Purpose

Pairs Well With…a reason for being + loving every day At the age of six, I wanted to be a firefighter, at nine a writer, twelve a model, fifteen a performer, sixteen an actress and seventeen an entertainment lawyer.  These days, I’m a marketer (gone event planner, gone marketer, gone writer?!?!) How many of us…