We live in a world where there is a constant struggle not to let the uncontrollable control us. Learn to focus on the things you can control so you can be present with the people that matter.
Perform actions with care, rather than merely completing them. Surround yourself with individuals you can provide and receive value from.
We should listen twice as much as we speak. Rather than being quick to troll or report a post, we should put all things into consideration and try to understand the other person’s perspective.
Never shut down the voices that are trying to be heard. You have the right to disagree with what someone says, but you don’t have the right to cancel a person.
Words have consequences, so what you say should reflect your beliefs and feelings. Ask yourself if what you are saying is hateful, hurtful, or harmful before you say it.
Be open to learning different perspectives from others, even if you don’t agree. Only say things that are consistent with your morals and beliefs.
Failing forward helps you know what to say yes to, what to say no to, and what to say; let’s do that later. Know that failing forward allows you to keep moving forward.
There is no success without the community. Surround yourself with people who are smarter than you. If you fail, adjust and figure out what you did wrong, fix it, and move forward.
“Chesed” is a Hebrew word that means “kindness or love between people.” It’s the type of love that, regardless of the other person’s actions or our own, keeps love and kindness first.
We learn to love someone unconditionally, regardless of any wrongs done to us as a result of “chesed”.
Mindfulness is the awareness of what’s happening in the present moment, without judgment but with acceptance. Through mindfulness, we can continue doing what we love and making a positive impact.
Taking care of ourselves isn’t being selfish. When we take care of ourselves, it allows us to show up as our best selves for other people.