As a leader, you are likely pretty hard on yourself. You know that you have lots of people depending on you, you are a high achiever, and you don’t want to fail.

As a parent, you are also likely pretty hard on yourself. You know that you have children who are depending on you, you want to be the best mother you can be, and you don’t want to fail.

Regardless of who you identify yourself with, this topic is still going to be applicable for you…


One of the biggest challenges we all face today is to catch depressive thoughts before they become too big to handle.

I know first hand from past experience that it can be a slippery slope, and you have to be the hero of your own story and recognize when you are getting into a bad frame of mind and catch yourself as early as possible…


This is going to seem silly, but hear me out first.

Someone I like to follow who is an expert on mindset is David Neagle. He’s often recommending fantastic books to help you shape your mind, and one of my favourites he references often is Your Invisible Power by Genevieve Behrend.

I encourage you to watch today’s video to gather more context, but I will share the piece that really spoke to me…


What Are You Focused On?

As we head into the fall and winter months, it is going to become harder to maintain our mental resilience.

The cold weather will make you want to stay inside. It will make you want to not workout. It will make you want to stay in bed and keep your mind focused on all of the problems that exist instead of the opportunities which continue to reveal themselves…


I was watching a video recently by David Goggins talk about what he says to himself when he wants to quit.

It made me think about how simple it can be to help shift your mindset when you aren’t in the right headspace.

In the interview, David was asked “In a 100 mile marathon, what keeps you going at mile 50 when you want to quit?”.

It was simple… and David’s answer is something that we can all apply into our own life…