Life Decisions

Two years ago my friend Adam left a high power tech career for a "boring one." Instead of spending time in fancy hotels doing
I feel very qualified to answer this question as I'm someone who divorced despite having a kid. Answer by Jeremy Jameson
We are both members of The Esquire Network (TEN) and he has been mentioning that we seem to have very similar approaches to the practice of law and suggesting that we should discuss it further over breakfast. We did just that.
We talk about his passion to build communities, how music is a great connective force, and about the importance of a personal
Doing something that is totally inconsistent with previous behavior and runs counter to personal philosophical and spiritual beliefs can nonetheless free one to live in a more positive and healthful manner. It's not a cure-all, but it gave me the tools to overcome stigma, live authentically in service to others, and not see myself as a victim.
Here's to the best year of your life, filled with lots of answers from your heart, trust and magic.
Ultimately, our social constructions of post-secondary education and professional development should be reevaluated and reconsidered within the United States.
Have you ever wished you could rely on an inner guide to help you make life decisions? As a life coach, I noticed that people
In retrospect it's easy to brush off decisions made earlier in life as unimportant or uninformed -- but one writer remembers turning 25 as a pivotal part of her life. It's where small decisions seemed big, and forward-thinking began to show itself.
"The moment I knew I had to make a change, I was actually standing in line about to hand over 200 pounds for a leather skirt
4. Your living situation. Whether it's living with roommates when you're past your twenties, cohabiting with a partner you're
As college doors start to swish and swing open, slurping young people back in for fall classes, I feel compelled to put my hand up and say, "Wait, you forgot something."
What do you stand for? Who do you choose to be? Why are you here? I understand that it can be very difficult today to answer these questions given all the different voices around.
It's life-changing decisions like these when you really need to believe that this is all part of the plan. Don't look at bad decisions or bad outcomes as a negative thing; instead find the positive that comes out of them, because there is always a positive even if you don't realize it yet.
I'm not married yet -- that's just a few short months down the line -- but I've already made up my mind.
As a work-from-home bohemian, one of the toughest questions I face each morning is What type of pants will I wear today?
Decisions and choices give momentum and then we are rolling. From there, energy can move and things can land. The choice is ours. We can't do anything wrong, and we can always make new choices. Things are rarely so serious and final as they seem.
Each moment, life places us on the crest of a powerful wave -- we can either deny our capacity to choose, or we can wholeheartedly embrace it. Blue pill or red pill, decay or evolution, these opposing forces are at endless play.
Sometimes you have to make a mess of things to find the joy and fulfillment you desire and deserve. And let me tell you, sometimes it's actually easier to take a sledgehammer to all that you've built up rather than waiting for it to painfully unravel over time.
One of our greatest gifts is our power of choice. But what happens when we don't know what to do?