Business Resiliency. Why it matters to Freelancers, Entrepreneurs & the Gig Economy

As defined by Merriam-Webster, Resilience is two things: The capability of a strained body to recover its size and shape after deformation caused especially by compressive stress. An ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change. If you don’t already have one, find a stress ball and take a moment to compress Read more about Business Resiliency. Why it matters to Freelancers, Entrepreneurs & the Gig Economy[…]

Gratitude and Optimism. Fear and Depression: Convincing our brain it can change

  Gratitude and Optimism. Fear and Depression: Convincing our Brain it can change Recently I lost a friend. Not in the end-of-life kind of way, but in the you’re-too-optimistic kind of way. At least I think that’s the reason. I’m not entirely sure because this person hasn’t shared an actual reason, so this assumption is Read more about Gratitude and Optimism. Fear and Depression: Convincing our brain it can change[…]

Rina Jensen

Why garbage bags are no longer relevant… at least for me

I know this seems like an odd thing to share, but in this new world of habit stacking and small changes, this was a big decision. And it totally happened by accident. It also is an amazing representation of how we think we must do something simply because it’s always been done that way. First Read more about Why garbage bags are no longer relevant… at least for me[…]