Having coached hundreds of people from all over the world, I’ve seen the play of emotion across all different subjects and arenas. Emotion is one of the heaviest anchors holding you stuck to where you are. And if you get into the habit of believing them, you’re twice as...
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What is self-mastery? Is it some emotionless empowered state where you can control your world? In some science fiction novels, yes. But we don’t live in an environment where emotions can be so disregarded. Self-mastery is the ability to notice and not identify with what happens in the 6...
A teacher of mine once said, Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional. This statement has always intrigued me. Is it really true for us? In Conversations with God, Neale Donald Walsch (or God) wrote that only two things keep us in suffering. 1 – Our judgements keep us from...
In her 1969 book On Death and Dying Elisabeth Kübler-Ross published what is known as the 5 Stages of Grief and Loss. In this post, I want to introduce a 6th step that I believe is now a necessary amendment to the cycle. The stages are: Denial: The need...
One of the most vital aspects in determining your RESPONSE-ABILITY is the amount of programming you choose to consume every day. And in the current worldwide situation, too much exposure to ‘keeping up to date’ is not helpful. There’s a difference between being educated and dwelling on the subject....
In tumultuous times of upheaval, when we are faced not only with health concerns but also economic and socioeconomic challenges, when social distancing is creating more space at the exact time when we have to come together – what do we do? We have to accept that there are...
This week I dropped a new video on my Facebook page discussing the topic of Thinking Big. Specifically, I called on the thought of Thinking Big, and how, despite popularisation, Thinking Big can actually be harmful. There is a danger to thinking big. Let me be super…CRYSTAL CLEAR. I...
I was on the stage and everybody was looking at me, expecting something wise and magical to come out of my mouth. And I had nothing. I knew what I should say. I knew what they expected me to say, but this was a real person standing in front...
Robert Heinlein, a classic sci-fi writer from the ’50s and ’60s wrote a book called Stranger in a Strange Land, where the protagonist, Valentine Michael Smith comes to Earth in early adulthood after being raised by Martians. I have to say, that I have not read it, but my father...
There is no magic to getting what you want. It might feel like magic when you look at the far off a goal from this position you are now in. It might feel like it’s going to take a Herculean effort, winning the lottery, a giant windfall from a...
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