Have you ever tried to change a habit? Maybe tried to start losing weight by not thinking about food? Have you tried to play the cool one and not call—or email or text—a romantic interest by blocking out your thoughts about that person? How
Do you ever feel like the people you work with don’t really get you? I know you have, because likely as not, they probably don’t. But the real question is: Why?
Someone asked me recently what I do. For the sake of simplicity, I said that I work with people so they can learn to focus on what’s important in their lives. I ask them questions, get them to think, get
I have written several blogs on defining your happiness, one which elicited the following comment: “Don’t impose your bourgeois view of happiness on us.” The comment went on to say that “their” generation doesn’t care about being happy. Rather, they
No one is ever going to pay you what you are worth. They will only pay you what they think you are worth. But you can change their thinking and no magic is involved at all.
Few of us would argue that habits have a huge impact on our lives. Habits can make monkeys out of us all…For better or worse, they can shape our destiny.
I’ve heard coaches say that we manifest absolutely everything that happens in our lives, good or bad.
Everyone wants to be happy, right?
In my town, each month one of the movie theatres has been playing old classic movies as well was some that were popular in the past decade. A few weeks ago I went to see Valkyrie on a particularly wide
“We hold these truths to be self-evident—that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” —American Declaration of Independence It is