Our friend Glennon Doyle, best-selling author of Untamed, often offers a great reminder to us all that “we can do hard things.” I woke up this morning thinking about this quote and idea. Things in our country and our world seem pretty hard and bleak these days, and many of us are struggling in significant ways – physically, mentally, emotionally, financially, politically, organizationally, relationally, and more. And, as hard as things may be, it’s important for us to remember how strong and resilient we are – individually and collectively. Not only can we do hard things, we have done lots of hard things, over the course of our lives and careers, and just in the past few weeks and months in the midst of all of this. On this episode, we talk about how to remember this and tap into our individual and collective strength.
“When things are hard, it’s important to remember that we can do hard things.” — @MikeDRobbinsClick to tweet
“Gratitude is a practice that shifts our perspective in a powerful and important way.” — @MikeDRobbinsClick to tweet