“Life is like a ten speed bicycle. Most of us have gears we never use.”—Charles Schulz
As a general practice, I make an effort to focus on moving forward rather than dwelling on the past or what could have been. I’m more of a “what if” and “why not” kind of person. I like to push the accepted boundaries and encourage people to rethink what’s possible. In our quest to lead a better life, it’s important to continuously reflect and assess our actions to see what works, and what we need to shift so we can improve.
I’ve shared five principles to lead a better life that are helpful to implement at any stage in life to enjoy greater fulfillment, happiness, and engagement. These themes continue to come up with my clients, which is how I selected these ideas, although there are many more. The most important thing is…
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