The mind and body are not two separate selves; they are two aspects of the same self. They are inseparable and partner in decision-making.
The accountability that is set by someone else feels like coercion. But accountability to ourselves feels like the freedom we relish.
simplifying our lives make the clutter more obvious and easier to discard without remorse.
There can be so much information that obstructs and distracts that the truth of a matter is not immediately obvious.
Learning how to get out of trouble is as important as learning how to avoid trouble in the first place.
We can see only so far, and we have no idea what is hidden in the woods. Yet, we move forward.
Every what if question is challenging you to take a leap of faith, instead of letting your doubtful mind win out one more time.
Let’s get real. The presumption is that once we get real about a situation, that gives us a framework for maintaining it or changing it.
We choose our destiny. Every decision—without exception—every decision has a consequence, no matter how much or how little time we spend contemplating it before making a choice.
We’re big on planning and knowing exactly what outcomes we want. But how many of your plans work out exactly as you planned?
Accountability is he essence of INPowerment. Choice is the ultimate freedom; therefore, accountability is the ultimate responsibility.
An INPowering and ethical Leader knows that for every statistic they cite, there are human beings associated with the numbers. Everything is personal.