Category: Mindset

The Artist’s Way

All my life, I have been in a constant battle with the two sides of my brain.  Who’s going to win out, my left-brain or my right-brain? When I was growing up,  I was incredibly right-brained, creative, was in art shows, played the piano, took photography courses, was a photographer, and had my own darkroom.  …

By Shannon McCaffery February 11, 2021 0

A Guide To Rational Living

We had invited a friend over for dinner, and we’re going to make hamburgers. The challenge was we didn’t have any ground meat. I suggested we get some already made. She went to the store, and that was the end of our discussion. Our friend came over, and we were hanging outside because it was…

By Shannon McCaffery January 9, 2021 0

A Life At Work

I was a middle child growing up. I remember when I and my older brother and sister were all in high school at the same time. They started having those classes about college and appointments with their counselor about what they wanted to do for their career. I remember watching them anguish over the decision…

By Shannon McCaffery November 19, 2020 0

How to Own Your Own Mind

One of the things I love is reading books that have been published a long time ago. Especially when the topic has been written about by hundreds of authors recently, and they have been riding their coattails for years.  Do you know what I mean? When you listen to personal development, folks like Tony Robbins…

By Shannon McCaffery November 11, 2020 0

The Fortune Cookie Principle

I love the title of this book – The Fortune Cookie Principle: The 20 keys to a great brand story and why your business needs one. I mean, who doesn’t love fortune cookies and getting that awesome fortune inside. Forget the cookie. (They are quite tasty, though.) Just give me my fortune, please. The author…

By Shannon McCaffery November 6, 2020 0

A Still, Small Voice…

Reading this book was almost like magic was happening every day. I think that coupled with me being on week 8 of The Artist’s Way (By Julia Cameron) morning pages, it all certainly spurned by right-brain onwards.  Interestingly, I only picked this book up after my niece’s insistence, an artist and art teacher.  I’ve been…

By Shannon McCaffery October 27, 2020 0