I'm sitting in my hotel room having just finished my talk on The Art of Extreme Self Care here at the I Can Do It conference. In my conversations with people it's clear that many need tools to take good care of themselves during this powerful time of individual and global shifting.
While on our way to Easter dinner, my husband Michael and I took a drive through the neighborhood where he grew up. As we looked at the old houses, we began to talk about what we used to love to do as kids.
What's the secret of success? What do we need most to accomplish our goals, to fulfill our intentions, or to realize our dreams? Some might say intelligence, others may say money, patience, or the right connections. While all of these ingredients are important, the true secret of success is an often overlooked and critical skill - resourcefulness.
Today, while out on a pre-spring bike ride, I saw neighbors sweeping their driveways, pruning dead branches from trees, and picking up old leaves by the side of the road, in preparation for spring and new growth.