It was my privilege to get to interview Evan Hadkins from Living Authentically – a great blog on self-development and mental health. Evan has actually been blogging since April 2007 and he’s been a consistent contributor to the personal development movement ever since. One thing I admire about Evan is that he is very outspoken […]
Posts Tagged ‘Values’
There is a funny thing that happens whenever you try to achieve something special – you’re going to find a lot of doubters. Even though last month was one of my most successful months blogging (in a number of ways), I still have a hard time telling others that this is what I want to […]
Allowing ourselves to occasionally indulge in pleasures without feeling guilty can be a healthy practice in the long-run.
“The greatest threat to freedom is the absence of criticism.” Wole Soyinka I have a nasty (yet often rewarding) habit of finding ways to critique nearly everything. Sometimes it really irritates people. They think I’m trying to show off or I’m being pedantic, but I just like progress. One time while critiquing a friend’s opinion […]
As someone who discusses, thinks, and writes about personal development on a daily basis, I occasionally worry about the people who may have tried out my advice and gotten poor results. In an indirect (but ultimately real) way, I am partly responsible for the pain I may have caused in people’s lives when they follow […]