|Paul McCartney (left) & John Lennon (right)|
Ouch! It’s Monday morning and you had a great weekend, a busy weekend full of fun, and now, all of a sudden, you’re back at work.
A work colleague told me about Michele and I went and checked out her website (http://www.lifeframeworks.com/) and the blog she writes for Psychology Today called Getting Unstuck.
Her straightforward writing style style and her down-to-earth message about abandoning the idea of perfection is timely and refreshing.
Not that I am seeking perfection, but there is this idea out there in the American psyche that we can do it all and have it all when in reality we can’t. Something in our lives always has to be compromised in order to do something else. It’s just a fact.
There’s no theory here. Michele know this because she’s a divorced Mom. She’s a real person, facing real challenges, like a real working adult with problems and responsibilities.
The following link will take you to a column of hers about John Lennon and Paul McCartney that jumped out for me right away and I hope you like it too: