Path

The first heavy snowfall of winter caught New York authorities off guard, and commuters were furious.
So embrace the intermission as best you can. Use it. Know that the new act will begin. Get yourself ready.
And in those moments... when we let go of our stubborn hold on our plan, the unexpected turn of events became another part
Remind yourself that life choices are different for different people at different times in their lives. That other people's beliefs might not always apply.
Leap and the net will appear. Today I write about the fact that, sometimes, it's not always about us leaping off the cliff
See what happened there? Those three simple letters changed everything. All of a sudden it wasn't that I couldn't do something...but that I couldn't do it at this moment. And, if I wanted to, I could do it in the future.
What to do? A few ideas to help you dig out: No matter what non-verbal hints we tried, the guy did not stop talking. For
Instead of fearing what might happen in the unknown, instead of imagining and trying to pre-control worst-case scenarios, we can plan as best we can... and then move forward with a sense of curiosity. We can let things progress, and then respond as needed.
Putting ourselves down can be a tempting habit. It makes us seem humble. It fills the dead air of conversation. It gets ahead of others who might put us down first.
Today I was humbled and honored to be among global vaccine experts and officials from all 26 African "meningitis belt" countries in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to celebrate one of Africa's biggest public health achievements -- the introduction of a vaccine, MenAfriVac.
Whatever your opinion on this matter, there are a few life lessons we can all learn from the buffet line. 4. Sometimes we