“Do what you fear the most,” read a note magnetized to Ben’s old apartment in Pittsburgh. I met Ben in grad school, and it was my first time visiting him after we had gone our separate ways. And I haven’t forgotten that note. It struck me as bold, as courageous, as, well, really fucking scary. […]
God is a difficult word for me. It’s a difficult concept to think about – and by difficult I mean that my body typically physically locks up when someone mentions it. Even writing about it right now, I want to open a new tab in my browser, distract myself, and/or walk [run] away. And, come […]
Compartmentalization is an illusion one with real consequences “How you act in one part of your life bleeds into all the other areas of your life,” Chance had said in the car. It wasn’t to me, but I was listening, even if I couldn’t yet fully hear – or process – what he was saying. And […]
For the next many months I’m teaming up with a writer to provide insights for you here. Send me your comments in the contact page here on the sight.
My mission is to effect change in the world through inspiring individuals to reach their greatest potential by unlocking the power of commiting to do whatever is needed to get what they say they want.
Turn your resistance and fear into action. Shift from operating through your ego into seeking clarity in order to better relate and empathize.
“When things fall apart and we’re on the verge of we know not what, the test for each of us is stay on that brink…we use these situations either to wake up or put ourselves to sleep” Pema Chodron
I’m excited to be working on a project with Katherine Keller. We’re connecting women with coaches. Follow her while she creates this opportunity for women. http://katherinekeller.net
Again, this year I’ll be teaching several workshops. Many of them are international; I’ll be leading two workshops in Europe this spring, two workshops in Australia in October and leading another in Toronto in November.
One of my interests has been neuroscience. I’ve alway found it fascinating. Here’s a little tidbit I recently found: Neuroscientist have discovered that we have between 50,000 and 70,000 thoughts per day. They later found that approximately 70% to 80% of those thoughts are negative. The human mind, it would seem, is wired for neuroticism. […]