This week's episode is a reflection of sorts on how when we get comfortable operating in the unknown, even the thought of death itself loses its sting and becomes an adventure to be anticipated rather than and ending to be feared.
This week's podcast is a slightly tongue in cheek look at one of the biggest misunderstandings affecting Western civilization - the idea that we're not ever supposed to feel bad and we need to do whatever we can to stop, change, fix, or solve our feelings.
In this week's podcast I explore how the feeling of hopelessness and futility is what actually exhausts us and makes it seem like it would hurt too much to care about other people and the world around us. I also talk about how being hope-full is a realistic option, wherever we find ourselves in our life.
In this week's podcast I share just that - what I saw highlighted about the nature of our innate real-time responsive intelligence while enjoying last year's Mission Impossible blockbuster.
In this week's podcast I either hammer the point home or beat it to death as I share some lessons learned while listening to my colleague Mara Gleason talking about what she's learned in a lifetime of working with businesses and shares through her non-profit, the One Solution Global Initiative.
This week's podcast talks about a basic standard for operational excellence we've instituted within my company over the past few years and why such a basic difference can make such a comprehensive difference.
This week's podcast is an exploration of, well, obviousness. In particular, I share how the black and white path of knowing or not knowing what to do is one of the simplest and most reliable ways to navigate through life.
This week's episode of the Caffeine for the Soul podcast does exactly what the title suggests - explains the only two problems people ever come to me with and the simple solution to them both.
In this week's podcast I share one of the insights that has made the biggest difference in reducing stress and pressure in my own life and work.
This week's podcast is an exploration of how our bias towards "right action" can distract us from our own wisdom.
In this week's podcast I share a story about the Scottish mystic Syd Banks and his continually pushing people towards following their own wisdom, not his.
In this week's podcast I share what I've been seeing about the nature of commitment and how it has nothing to do with willpower and everything to do with self-awareness.
Today's excerpt from the audiobook of Supercoach and is one of my favorite stories from the original edition of the book called The Rich Man and the Beggar.
In today's audiobook excerpt from Supercoach, I share one of the "secrets" my clients tell me has made the biggest difference in their lives and a simple exercise to help clarify your inner wisdom from what Karen Horney called "the inner tyrant - the voice of the should".
Today's podcast is taken from the audiobook of the 10th anniversary edition of my book Supercoach: 10 Secrets to Transform Anyone's Life.
Today's podcast is an excerpt from the Supercoach audiobook, where I share more of the story of what's changed in over a decade of studying and sharing the Three Principles and why I was so excited at the chance to do a complete overhaul of the original book.
A complete change of pace in this week's podcast. If sales is a part of your job (and it almost inevitably is), I think you'll find this one extremely helpful!
This week's podcast is excerpted from last month's most popular radio show and explores both the true meaning of the word "genius" and what it takes to unleash the best you have inside you.
This week's podcast is an exploration of the difference between 'different' and 'original' and why original thought is the key to pretty much any game changing innovation in pretty much every field.
In this week's podcast I share how a deeper understanding of the nature of fear allows you to live fearlessly regardless of what you happen to be feeling in any given moment.
This week's podcast shares a simple way to get beyond your habitual thinking and into the space of innovation - the space of fresh, original thoughts and ideas.
In this week's podcast I share an insight from Syd Banks that helped me see that talking about Mind, Consciousness, and Thought isn't always the best way to share them.
In this week's podcast I explore why answering the question "how does it work?" is nearly always more helpful than trying to answer the question "how do I do it?"