Sometimes, we lose sight of what makes life worth fighting for. Don't forget to live in the present – it's not about the destination. It's about the journey.
Do you ever feel like you’re not living up to your full potential? Does it seem like your abilities always fall shy of the mark? Do you give up because that’s easier than facing failure? I do. And I feel like a shitbag afterwards (mainly due to the giving up part). Here’s the challenge: I’m … Continue reading The Slow Rise from Mediocrity
When I eventually lay down on my deathbed and look back over the years, who do you think will stick out the most? It will be those who had the greatest impact on my life. The people who lifted me up, pushed me forward, and pulled me ahead. The people who I’ve built deep relationships … Continue reading Who to Look to for Inspiration When You’re Lost
Despite what the title suggests, this post isn’t about imposter syndrome. Not entirely, at least. Self-doubt is a part of it, but it’s more about why I get so down on myself when I’m not working or being productive. Truth be told, I don’t know how to relax. Or I should say, I don’t know … Continue reading The Reason I Am My Own Worst Enemy
At the beginning of the week, I was invited on the podcast, The Way It Is with Luca Andolfatto, to discuss the purpose of the Davis Daily blog and my journey to self-improvement. One of the topics we touched on was the benefit of being vulnerable. Before embarking on this journey to change, I had … Continue reading How Being Vulnerable Provides Opportunity
Before we get into today’s blog post, I made the decision to switch up the publishing schedule for the Davis Daily. Rather than posting on Mondays and Wednesdays, new articles are heading out on Tuesdays and Thursdays instead. Not a big change, but this allows me to take a little more time to rest over … Continue reading How I Purged My Mind of Pessimism