One of the more common feelings I hear expressed by folks these days is that they feel like they’ve taken a beating the past few years. Certainly life has its ups and downs – that’s normal. However – I believe the key to an awesome life is: to recognize and ACCEPT that ebbs and flows do occur AND do our best to structure our lives so that we have the most control over what we can have control of.More
So much has already been written about getting out of one’s comfort zone – I’m sure this isn’t a new subject for you. Yet – I bet that you’re still challenged when you have to do something you’re not particularly comfortable with in your business or personal life. I’ve long realized that understanding the inherent worth of something as ultimately positive does not necessarily compel us to action when we are feeling fearful.More
Something’s been bothering me lately. It’s the number of people who don’t really believe that they can make a living doing what they love. To me that’s truly awful. I spent 16 years of my life doing something I was really good at (but wasn’t my passion) and consider myself on a mission to end that kind of mediocrity.More
One of the most profound issues I’ve noticed over the past 12 years of working with folks on their transformational paths is that people are incredibly challenged in their decision making. It seems like that would be such a basic and simple thing to do, yet experience shows me it is not. It’s become very obvious that most people have a striking inability to make a decision with absolute confidence.More
Most of us depend on our thinking or internal dialogue to answer the day to day questions and issues in our lives. But as we expand our consciousness we come to learn to trust the messages that come from our heart and inner knowing – by that I mean the wisdom that comes as a direct download and has no words.
But until that happens – how do we deal with the thoughts that we hear day in and day out that often have us making unhealthy decisions and taking problematic actions – like procrastinating for example. Something many of us tend to do, right?More