How to be Happier Doing what You’re Doing
I've experienced that every problem is in reality two problems after years of study, contemplation, meditation, and observation of my clients and close circle. The one we normally focus on is the outer problem (that's what I've done most of my life). When it comes to...
What is the Stuff No One Really Tells You
The little picture. I was lost there because of habits and who and what I surrounded myself with. Have you ever felt that way? Not that these were necessarily bad just leading me to the same states of mind and life experiences. Looking back, I realize that no one...
A Powerful Way to Stop the Constant Worrying
One of my clients shared a great insight with me. She realized her bigger picture wasn't about a place but about the decisions she was making. Because each decision creates our life doesn't it. Everything starts there. Including the constant worrying. I definitely...
Be Patient with Yourself
Do you ever step back and wonder - how patient are you with yourself? I had a nice, long chat with a friend last night. And, as we were talking, I shared how...
Why Retreat Helps You Boost Your Performance
Do you want to connect deeply with what drives you to do what you do every day? Have you ever wanted to make your world bigger and your work pressure smaller? Do you feel like you could be contributing so much more?
Retreats help you achieve these things.
They’re like taking mental vacations that can last a moment, an hour, a day, weeks, years. And, many times, it’s easy to not consider them because they feel lofty yet they’re easily accessible.
How to Overcome the 4Os and Be at Ease
Don’t you love when you feel relaxed and at ease with things. Like when the end of a project comes, you’re on Day 3 of your vacation in Italy, it’s year-end and most businesses are shut-down, or you get lost in a great conversation. Just imagine this ease is possible through the power of mental habit. These external events never were the source of your peace of mind. It was always you. You overcame the 4Os – overexcitement, overcommitment, overwork, and overwhelm