How Are You Helping Us to Socially Advance?

It’s easy to point to the various problems of the world, but have you put much thought into what role you could play in helping society to advance in a positive direction? What does it mean to advance society? That’s a value judgment of course, but it’s one you’re free to make. You’ve surely picked…

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Your Best Work

Do you have a job or career path that supports you in doing the best work of your life? If I were to ask this of various people, some would laugh at the ridiculousness of this question because it’s a standard they’ve never come close to experiencing, so a jaded reply is all they can…

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Masterhearting

After a year in a paid mastermind group, I decided not to renew. That was a tough decision, but I feel it was the right one, and it helped me clarify something that I’d really like to experience in a bigger way. It costs $30K per year to be a member of this group. It’s…

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Making Your Hero’s Journey Real

There’s a major connection between your hero’s journey and your ability to skillfully apply the Subjective Reality lens. Let me ‘splain. When you consider that this reality could be akin to a dream world or a simulation, it reminds you to step into your power and create your experience now. It’s also a call to…

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Creating a Heart-Aligned Offer (and the Results)

Recently I reached a point on my entrepreneurial journey where I felt it was time to start innovating my own unique offers instead of leveraging and applying the formats I’ve learned from other entrepreneurs, speakers, and coaches. Until now the methods I’ve used to create and deliver value and to generate income have largely been…

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25 Years Without a Job

It’s been 25 years since I last had a job working for someone else, so I thought I’d share some reflections on what life is like on the jobless path. Freedom to Choose The most basic benefit of not having a job is exactly what you’d expect. There’s a lot more freedom to choose how…

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My Favorite Questions for Making Tough Decisions

Sometime you’ll encounter tough decisions that can leave you wallowing in indecision, such as whether to change jobs or careers, end a relationship, move to a new city, or pursue a new lifestyle direction. There are many processes you can use to make intelligent decisions, but all of them have shortcomings when you’re dealing with…

My Favorite Questions for Making Tough Decisions

Sometime you’ll encounter tough decisions that can leave you wallowing in indecision, such as whether to change jobs or careers, end a relationship, move to a new city, or pursue a new lifestyle direction. There are many processes you can use to make intelligent decisions, but all of them have shortcomings when you’re dealing with…

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Solving Problems by Blaming Others

Many times when people get stuck working on some aspect of their personal growth, it’s because they’ve defined their core problem in a way that it can’t really be solved. One of the most common forms of this is when someone defines their problem as a mental or psychological one. I see this all the…

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