Posted on October 12, 2015
Your brain has a mind of its own, but sometimes it needs a little direction.
Did you know that by training your brain with simple mindfulness techniques, you can become stronger and more resilient in your life?
Listen to my conversation with wonderful Live Happy Editor-at-Large Stacy Kaiser about how mindfulness can be used as a brain training program to help improve your wellbeing in both mind and body.
Posted on July 22, 2014
Is there something you want in your life? Maybe a new job, a little romance or a dream-come-true?
Discover a simple strategy that can conquer your limited primitive brain and lead you to your perfect path (and you don’t even need to try harder).
Posted on May 9, 2014
Do you ever feel like you try and try, but you’re not making much progress?
Or the finish line seems really, really far away?
Before you give up, there’s something you should know.
Posted on April 13, 2014
Do you have goals for your future? Maybe a better job? A healthier body? A new relationship? That’s great. But what do you do in the meantime—especially if you don’t like where you are right now?
Posted on February 3, 2014
In school I learned: Work hard. Try your best. You’ll succeed. But that equation left out something really important.
The simple fact is we need each other to succeed or at least succeed in an easier way – whether that’s taking a geometry class, creating a business, or raising a child.
Posted on December 31, 2013
Do your New Year’s resolutions feel more like a To-Do List: eat less sugar, go to the gym, get more organized?
Sure, it’s good to look ahead with purpose and know where you’re going. But, isn’t there just as much value in looking back?
Posted on September 14, 2013
Why did I eat that cake? I wish I’d taken that job. I never should’ve dated that guy.
Have you ever had thoughts like that? Probably. It’s your brain’s way of telling you to rethink your choices. But sometimes, your brain gets stuck.
Posted on July 25, 2013
Have you ever wanted to give up on something that you really, really wanted because it was just too darn hard to keep trying?
You can’t run one more step, write one more word, endure one more dead end?
Join the club.
Can I Sit Down Now?
But, before you throw in the towel, there’s something you should know.
People who succeed at getting what they want in life aren’t smarter, more talented or luckier than you.
They just might have something psychologists call grit: the ability to keep going no matter what. Grit, it turns out, may be one of the most powerful ingredients in your success recipe.
Posted on June 9, 2013
Have you ever compared yourself to someone with thoughts like: “Why can’t I be successful like she is?” or “I wish I was popular like him.” We all have.
Usually, those sorts of thoughts just make us feel insecure, sad or jealous, right? So why do we have them?