Tag: fear

Training Session #36- July 14: How do you satisfy your fear?


In 2013 I was diagnosed with sarcoidosis, an autoimmune disorder that chewed a hole in my cerebellum, atrophied various muscles, impaired my vision, balance, coordination and consequently stole my ability to run. I have dedicated the summer of 2018 to regaining my strength, coordination, balance, and relearning how to run. I am participating in a 5k […]

The Easiest Way to Ruin Your Life


I can’t believe I almost let a 15 year old jackass ruin my life. When I was in 9th grade, my English teacher walked to my desk and praised me in front of the class for a creative piece I wrote. She said I exhibited a strong writing voice, a solid command of language and encouraged me to keep […]

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Standing in the Intersection of Fear and Intuition


When faced with a difficult decision, we tentatively stand at the metaphorical intersection of fear and intuition. When we let fear dictate out decisions we fail to make progress. We move in every direction except forward. When we let intuition navigate, when we have the courage to trust ourselves–we are guaranteed to move forward. Be […]