Doubt’s Kryptonite

The pursuit of anything worthwhile is, in large part, a war against doubt. All of us are fighting the same fight. All of us have doubts. Doubt we can become great.  Doubt of what is actually possible to achieve.  … Irrefutably, doubt can be quite the opponent. It’s insidious and creeping.  Thick and poisonous.  LikeContinue reading “Doubt’s Kryptonite”

Lessons from a lion

Why is it that as we age we are less likely to try new things?  There seems to be an actual turning point to which our risk tolerance, spontaneity and ability to break existing habits begins to decline.  And maybe I ought to reframe my first question because I don’t truly believe it’s an “age-thing”.Continue reading “Lessons from a lion”