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Stability and the pathway forward.

October 14, 2016

I manage and control my tendencies towards emotional instability with exercise, food and meditation. I denied the reality that I struggled with having a stable mood, being happy and positive. When I finally admitted what was happening I could find solutions to what was troubling me. There was a time that I was depressed and […]

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October 7, 2016

Humans have a handful of basic psychological needs. These are things that are hard wired in all of us. I’m going to tease you and not give you all of them right now but one of them is our need to evolve, grow and transform. We need this. Young, old, male, female-all are wired for […]

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We never know.

September 30, 2016

I posted something on Instagram a couple of weeks ago. It stated this; If you are unclear, try this: When you get to the end, what are you unwilling to say you have not done? Do those things. Do that. First. Now. Another great quote: The trouble is you think you have more time. ~Buddha […]

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Finding the “Sweet Spot” of change.

September 23, 2016

Change occurs. No matter what change is going to keep happening. But we do have choices, we can resist, we can embrace it, we can ignore it or we can create it. As we engage in change, we choose consciously or unconsciously to enter the sea of change with a particular mindset…a mental state. In […]

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Negative Voices/Messages/Beliefs

September 16, 2016

I’m not talking about schizophrenia-I’m talking about those negative, nagging beliefs that can bombard the best of any of us at times. These are some messages along with lines of accomplishing something; “You’re going to fail.” “You’ll look stupid.” “You’ll get hurt.” And one of my personal favorites…”You’re an idiot.” Things get even thicker as […]

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Evolution and expansion. Growing into your vision of yourself.

September 9, 2016

Last week my blog was about growing and expanding our capacity in different areas of ourselves. I was recently talking to a friend and colleague about his fifteen year old son. We discussed what he wanted to “do” when he got older. We talked about his career, his occupation and other things and it occurred […]

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Short term self destruction for the long term win!

September 2, 2016

Rather than short term comfort that creates eventual self destruction. Humans are hard wired to default into a “way of being” that is comfortable. That’s a natural tendency, right? So how do we combat that? One way to put what I do is working towards the optimization and expanding the potential of an individual. I’ve […]

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What are your priorities? Are you lying to yourself?

August 26, 2016

I want to explain a delineation. We often have a set of ideal priorities.  And then if we’re honest we see that where we spend our time clearly displays an alternate view of what’s actually important to us. Huh, who knows what I’m talking about? In my work I’m always looking for those gaps, also […]

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Creating whole life balance

August 19, 2016

I don’t care what particular model you buy into but we’re made of different parts. Here are some examples. Physical, mental, emotional, spiritual. King, warrior, lover and magician. Business, family and health. We are a system of many parts. All the parts of ourselves need to be managed. They need energy and attention. My definition […]

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The delusion of self help.

August 12, 2016

Our world/reality is made up of all our imprinting throughout our lives. All of our cultural differences, socializing, church/religious institutionalization, schooling, sporting experiences and so on and so on. Our world is naturally confined to all of those things. Another commonality we share as humans is an aversion to risk and change. This is natural […]

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