Karl realizes that he's not going to be ready in his twenties do everything on his own. But as long as he's building relationships with people who are also moving forward in their lives, it will all work out in the end.
Fabiana was born in South Italy and moved to New York 1 year ago without knowing anybody and not knowing how to speak english. Now she's living her dream as a self-made stylist. Her story is one that you need to hear.
Rebecca is an account person extraordinaire who moved to New York from San Antonio. I sat down with her to talk about anxiety and learned that the key to dealing with it is giving yourself a foundation of stability.
Kemely is my beautiful fiancé and life partner. Although I hate seeing how anxiety affects her on a day to day, I'm happy that she decided to share her story because it's one that many people should hear.
Professional chef, "Chopped" champion and Iron Chef winner, Deborah Caplan opens up about she learned to love herself and overcome fear.
No matter the environment or who she's with, Nuria always has a smile on her face. We sat down with her to understand what makes her so happy all the time and learned that it's a matter of who you surround yourself with and the choices you make.
Carlie's journey has just begun. It took a while for her to loosen up but once she did, we learned about how she's starting to become her own person in terms of being independent and how living without routine brings her happiness.
As a PE teacher in the city, Chris gets fulfillment out of seeing his kids succeed and talks about the value of mentorship and leading by example
Having patience is hard but by applying consistency and time to your plan there is no reason why it shouldn't work. You have to trust in it the same way you'd trust a workout routine.
I always took breakups hard. When things were going bad I always made an effort to be patient and stay in the situation. I really believed that things would get better as long as we "loved" each other.
They say that one’s ability to wait for something without getting angry is a valuable quality. I completely agree, in fact, I would take that a step further and say that to be a quality person you have to be patient.
What do you do once you have everything you want? Do you live complacently and frolic among all your valuable belongings and new acclaimed status? Or do you begin your search for what's missing in your life?
Something I learned early in my life is that if you sit and wait for what you want to come, you’ll wait forever. You have to work hard for it. You have to “earn it.”
Openness is something we value a lot here at LABOR so I want to be very open with you. I've always struggled with my weight. I have an unhealthy emotional attachment to food
I wouldn’t classify myself as an impatient person per se. However, I definitely have my bouts with patience that can make me a bit irrational and antsy. A couple of things have helped with the process. Namely, bits of gems from people I look to for inspirational on occasion.
For some reason, the desire to create consumes me. Of everything that I am: a traveler, a cook, a hustler, a husband-to-be, a natural wine drinker, a marketer, I am always a creator first.
A lot of music fans never think about it, but hundreds of musicians suffer from performance anxiety. The thought of being on stage, performing for hundreds or thousands of fans can be draining.
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