Masterpiece days are where it's at. Here's a quick look at the M&Ms: Macro + Micro.
Want happiness? Put your virtues in action. Modern-day positive psychologists tell us it's all about using our signature strengths. Here are some ideas on how!
Emotional peaks and valleys. We want to avoid them if we're committed to optimizing and actualizing. Here are some ideas on how to rock that.
Time to embrace our mistakes and see them for what they are: mis-takes! (And, totally forgot to give a shout-out to Michael Beckwith who inspired the video with this thought: "A conscious realization of our innate oneness with the Ineffable does not mean that we will never make a mistake again. Even enlightened beings burn their bagels once in a while. It's important to maintain a sense of humor because this is how you will stop being afraid of making a mistake. You'll make some, but so what? That's why they're called mis-takes. Humor relaxes the uptight ego. You get a new cue from your inner Self and simply say, 'I missed my cue, so let's do a second take.' Your willingness to take the risk of making a mistake is actually an expression of courage and a willingness to grow from them. Mistakes are about getting the blessing in the lesson and the lesson in the blessing.")
Every creative project/business/whatever goes thru a U process. Let's embrace the peaks and valleys and summit Mt. Awesome.
A quick look at the why's and how's of getting your inbox to zero.
Promises. Do you make a lot of 'em and then drop the ball? We want to make sure we honor our commitments. It's one of the keys to integrity.
Want to rise like superman? Fantastic. Get into flow. How? Challenge yourself 4% beyond your current skill. Day after day. Week after week. Month after month. Year after year. And make the impossible possible.
Want more happiness, meaning and mojo? Time to close our integrity gaps. Here are three ways to rock it!
Flexibility. It's a hallmark of healthy people. Are you flexible? Or perhaps a little too rigid or chaotic?!
Stephen Covey has a handy-dandy 4 quadrant model for time mgmt. It's powerful. Here are some ideas on how to optimize. Where are you spending *your* time?
It's true. Kinda sorta almost making a real commitment to something is *way* harder than really making a 100% commitment. What do you need to make a nonnegotiable, 100% commitment to in your life? Get on that!!!
Discipline. It's a secret sauce to awesomeness. Here's how to turn your discipline into blissipline! -)Discipline. It's a secret sauce to awesomeness. Here's how to turn your discipline into blissipline! -)
Got some inspiring goals? Awesome. Here are 10 tips on how to take consistent, impeccable action to achieve those goals!
Got a vision board? Here are two big reasons why it might suck! -0
Tal Ben-Shahar gives us a handy-dandy model on how to be happier by embracing goals that we deem valuable while enjoying the journey. Here's to the happiness archetype!
Hint - It's with yourself! :)
It's time to strengthen ourselves and move from being fragile to being robust to being antifragile. As Nassim Taleb tells us - 'Wind extinguishes a candle and energizes the fire.'
Tool #1: We need to reverse our relationship with fear. Rather than avoid pain, we need to lean into it--KNOWING that our infinite potential exists outside our comfort zone on the other side of our fear.
Ronday Rousey knows how to make the obstacle the way/turn poison into medicine. How do you respond when something goes wrong? Here's to being anti-fragile
Goals. They're super important. But not all goals are created equally. Here are my Top 10 tips on how to set goals that will actually make you happy! -)
You want to develop *true* confidence? Scientists like Heidi Grant Halvorson tell us we need to have confidence in our ability to achieve our goals *and* in the fact that we will face challenges on the way. Here's a quick look at how to rock it!
Did you know exercise is as effective as Zoloft in reducing depression? Yep. Experts say *not* exercising is like taking a depressant. Here's to getting our exercise on!! -)
Da Vinci tells us one can have no greater mastery than mastery of oneself. Scientists agree. Self-control is the greatest predictor of all things good. Here's a powerful practice to gain mastery and rock it!