Tag: motivation

Not knowing why

In psychology, we note that there are times (many often) in which we may not know why we have done or said something. Sometimes we can’t quite spell out a why. We don’t always know our own motivation. As kids, we are (were) honest about not knowing why […]

A blank canvas

Pretend someone gave you a blank canvas today. A blank sheet. Blank blackboard. What do you put on it? When faced with blankness there’s possibilities and there’s weariness. There’s hope. There’s fear. There’s readiness. There’s reticence. Today, take a blank canvas. Picture it. Grab one. Put something on […]

Becoming unstuck

A few days ago I noted my end-of-the-year tradition of selecting a word for the coming year. The word is meant to motivate or frame what is to come. I really enjoyed the year in which I selected the word “joy”. I continously reminded myself on varying situations […]