Trying to explain a panic attack to someone for whom anxiety is not an issue is like speaking in a foreign language. You really think your world is caving in. You’re going to have a heart attack. And no matter how many times it happens, it still feels like the world is falling out from your butt every. Single. Time.

So what are you supposed to do when it drifts into your work life and career? I’m lucky in that when I started my own company I had to pitch myself and my services constantly. Doing the things that scare you more often makes them less scary.


CEO of FinePoint Digital PR Meredith Fineman suffers from panic attacks, but won’t let them destroy her life or work (via fastcompany)

"Since we’re conditioned to the thrills of fighting fires, firing off emails, and the validation that gives us, we feel starved of time. And our product development gets malnourished."

— Innovation expert and author Jeffrey Phillips says that Albert Einstein made time for insight and that busy-ness is bad for business. (via fastcompany)


Define what you leave behind. Wisdom shared. 



Don’t worry. Be happy.


Don’t worry. Be happy.

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On this dark day, a reminder of humanity’s good.

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Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future."

"Experience is the name everyone gives to their mistakes."

— Oscar Wilde (via phobs)

"Never confuse a single defeat with a final defeat."

— F. Scott Fitzgerald (via inlovewithlight)

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"Appear weak when you are strong, and strong when you are weak."

— Sun Tzu (via quotesfromeverything)

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"Experience comprises illusions lost, rather than wisdom gained."

Joseph Roux (via art-any-road)

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"Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by stupidity."