Take things piece-by-piece and you'll get a lot more done, be methodical, and solve a problem or a few.
I'm kind of all over in this one, but the general idea I talk about is how to live when faced with so many choices.
You'll never get better at the things you don't practice, you'll only improve the skills and traits you work on.
I believe that there's nothing more important--at all--than telling the truth (being honest) with yourself and others.
Can fear be beneficial, or is it always a bad thing?
Every question has an answer, but sometimes I want to use the wrong form to reply.
Finding what works for you is a process, one that takes time, but it starts with believing there is indeed a solution at all.