I have continued to reinvent myself. I don’t change my style, but I allow it to evolve.— Giorgio Armani
If you’re like us, the only type of change you like is pocket change. But maybe we should all embrace it. Patti Smith shares insight on how life shifts force us to find our voice over and over again, and how working through the vulnerability and extreme discomfort that accompanies change lets us discover a world far beyond our own.
What do Goldilocks and Millennials have in common? They don’t settle for anything less than “just right”. Turns out when it comes to shedding their “skin” and having the cajones to try a new career path, Millennials lead the way.
New Year, New You? January 12 th was “Quitter’s Day” — The day people are most likely to throw in the towel (and the kale) on their New Year’s Resolutions. If you’ve made it this far, good for you. If not, try these tips for re-framing your goal and getting back on the bandwagon.
Speaking of finding your voice over and over… People tend to score higher on the agreeableness scale as they get older. AKA their voice gets less aggressive and combative. (Although some recent Tweets would suggest otherwise.) Looks like there is hope for the rest of us.