The words that you speak have a huge impact on your attitude, your mood, and your productivity. What if we only spoke positive words to everyone around us, or more importantly, to ourselves?
Author Archives: Kelsey Joy Buell
The Power of Invitation
One invitation, could change your life A few years ago, I was having a casual cup of coffee with my friend Trisha. Out of the blue, she leaned back inContinue reading “The Power of Invitation”
ULTIMATELY, JUST TRUST.
Perfectionism is a battle that we both struggle with, so allowing someone else to take over something that ultimately has your name behind it is scary.
What does it actually mean to give yourself grace?
From the desk of Grace Lange, So the word grace is a very familiar one to me… Besides the fact that it is my name, I have been hearing theContinue reading “What does it actually mean to give yourself grace?”
It’s Not About Work-Life Balance
From the desk of Grace Lange, “There is no such thing as work-life balance – it is all life. The balance has to be within you.” – Sadhguru I recentlyContinue reading “It’s Not About Work-Life Balance”
Are You Okay With Good Enough?
From the desk of Grace Lange, As I sit here and stare at this blank page and think about what to write… I realized that right there is my issue….Continue reading “Are You Okay With Good Enough?”
Priorities or Priority
By Grace Lange What are your priorities right now? Are they different than they were last week? A month ago? Yesterday? The plural word “priorities” is a new word, stemmingContinue reading “Priorities or Priority”
Healthy, Happy Competiton
From the desk of Grace Lange, Competition can make or break us, our organizations, and our friendships. I recently read this passage that stated: “Rivalries and the subtle hatreds theyContinue reading “Healthy, Happy Competiton”
Who’s Your Crazy Woman?
From the desk of Grace Lange, You know that voice inside your head that tells you you are a failure every time you make a mistake…? Yeah… that’s your crazyContinue reading “Who’s Your Crazy Woman?”
Paralyzed by Perfect
Confucius once said, “Better a diamond with a flaw than a pebble without.” Yet, why do so many of us feel confined by our world’s definition of perfect? Why areContinue reading “Paralyzed by Perfect”