Childhood, Faith, Family, Growth, leadership, parenting, Reflection

What I Learned from a Rabbi and How it Helped me Become a Better Parent and Live an Intentional Life

I once read a book by a Rabbi, I forget the name of the book, but in it, he asked a powerful question,"What kind of person do you want to be?" He used this simple question to help his children navigate life and their decision making. When they made choices that were wrong, displayed negative… Continue reading What I Learned from a Rabbi and How it Helped me Become a Better Parent and Live an Intentional Life

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Courage, Growth, Reflection, Uncategorized, vision

What if the Acorn was Afraid of Change?

What if the acorn was afraid of change? The tiny acorn does not fear the future. It knows that within itself there is greatness. The sapling does not ask, “Is this enough, can I stop growing now?” The ancient oak does not falter and say, “I am ready to retire, can I just be a… Continue reading What if the Acorn was Afraid of Change?

Growth, leadership, success, Unmuted

Cultivating The Mind Garden Real Talk Event

Real Talk Taco Tuesday Tuesday, April 24, 2018 6-9 pm Margarita and Peppers Conroe, Texas Click the link for information and to RSVP. http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Are-you-a-dream-chaser-and-change-maker-.html?soid=1124729688899&aid=GC7c0qt6pQg

Childhood, Life Hacks, Overcoming Defeat, parenting, Reflection

Dealing with Defeat

When I was 5 years old and in my first few months of Kindergarten, my class was out on the recess field playing kickball. I had never played kickball before. I had never even been on a ball field before. I was 5 years older than my younger sister and we lived where we had… Continue reading Dealing with Defeat