In this episode I share the fruits of a conversation I had with my friend and mentor George Pransky about how easy it is to love any (yes, any!) job on the planet.
In this podcast I share a simple metaphor for how we can go higher and experience more of our innate health and deeper nature in our daily lives.
In this episode I'm sharing an audio excerpt from the Living from the Inside-Out Self Study program. In less than a week, this program has gone from brand new to 'New and Noteworthy' to bestseller status on Udemy.
On this podcast, I share one of my favorite teaching stories from one of my pre-principles books, Feel Happy Now!
In recognition of all the people who love all the metaphors stories me and other 3P teachers share but wish we'd occasionally just tell them what the heck they should be doing if they want to be enlightened and successful and stuff, this podcast is built around the number one distinction between why some people get profoundly affected by the transformative conversation while others hear the same words but often fail to get impacted at the same level.
In this week's podcast, I begin an exploration about the perils of pursuing balance from the outside-in and some different ways of thinking about the whole idea of what makes for a life well lived.
In this podcast, I share an espresso-sized excerpt from one our most popular self-study programs, The Obstacle Course to Success. In it I share one of my all time favorite quotes about the secret to doing great work in the world.
In this episode, I share a bit of my thinking around #MeToo from a man's point of view, not on what it's like to be a woman but what might be helpful for us to think about as men.
What's the one priority that will make everything you do work better? Is there a universal answer to that question or is it idiosyncratic for each of us?
This episode contains my reflections on yet another mass shooting here in the States, and what an understanding of the Three Principles can do for our ability to respond in a way that not only does no harm but might well make a positive difference as well.
In this episode, I share The Dragon Story. While this originally emerged as part of a client coaching session, I get emails and messages on a regular basis telling me about how this one story has changed their lives!
In this episode I share the core idea behind our most popular new program this year, The Advanced Course. It will help you to separate spiritual fact from fiction and be impacted more deeply by the principles.
This podcast is an exploration of our role in the daily creation of our lives, and how we can tilt the odds of success in our favor whether or not we're in control of the universe.
An espresso sized reflection on the nature of mindfulness as being awake to the spiritual essence of life as opposed to overly self-conscious about our wandering thoughts.
This week's podcast is about Staying in the Conversation, and describes what I've come to see as the three levels of understanding that inevitably come with a deeper understanding of the principles behind the human experience.
This episode is an exploration of the false expectations we can set up for ourselves when we begin to think that any person, place, or condition can save us from the human condition.
In this episode I take on current events as best I can - it's a meditation on what racism is, where it comes from, and how we as a society can continue to evolve beyond it.
This epsidode is a recounting of how something I read in a Dave Ramsey book really impacted the way I think about creating success, despite the fact that it turns out I misunderstood what he was trying to say!
In this episode I give an overview of The Nine Obstacles to Success, that I explore in our newest online self-study program, The Obstacle Course to Success. It's based on one of the most successful models I used in my coaching, the "obstacle analysis grid", where I coded the most common obstacle areas that my clients and students reported facing in their pursuit of success and collated strategies for getting over, through, or beyond them.
In this podcast I share some thoughts on how focusing on one thing (like, I don't know, the Three Principles? :-) can be a more powerful strategy for success than trying to find a hundred different tactics for a hundred different situations.
In this episode, I share an inside-out perspective on Byron Katie's "The Work", which played a significant role in my pre-principles explorations of how the mind works and how to live a rich and meaning-full life.
In this podcast I share my take on Anne Lamott's Three Essential Prayers and what they have to do with a life well lived.
In this week's podcast I share my take on the somewhat surprising relationship between circumstances and our thoughts and feelings.
This week's podcast features a five part interview with Mara Gleason, newly bestselling author of One Thought Changes Everything.
In this final episode we talk about infinite problems and the one solution!