Depending on how closely you stalk me on the interwebs, you have have gathered that I've been running a lot lately. I've been consistently running at least 5 days a week since the first week of February. In late March I ran my first 5K and this Sunday I will be running my first 10K. … Continue reading The Victim vs. Survivor Mentality
This morning I sat down to a meeting in downtown LA with one of my most interesting clients. As a spiritual psychologist, she helps people recognize and reconcile the emotional underpinnings that keep them from achieving their full potential. With my recent "completion" of my 21-day health challenge, the SXSWAngels campaign, and with my personal … Continue reading 4 Steps For Positive Change: Saying, Seeing, Feeling, Believing
All day today I had the pleasure of spending some 1-on-1 quality time with a few good friends. Over the past year I'd been more keen on widening this circle to include a multitude of my interests. I find that there is something very special about friendship -- you can never have too much of … Continue reading The Power of Persuasion and Friendship…Starring YOU. Yeah, You.
Let me tell you, everything I've learned, I've learned from helping other people. I've been noticing a very interesting (and welcomed!) pattern emerging from my #postaday2011 habit -- I've been receiving more offline comments about my blog than online, via text messages, emails, phone calls, dinners, in person, private Twitter conversations, etc. Whenever someone reaches … Continue reading Find The Best Enabler Within Yourself
In my last post, I went at great lengths to detail exactly HOW to set goals. It might seem a bit self-explanatory but I've worked with a lot of people who are just plain overwhelmed and don't know where to start. If you are one of those people, hopefully my suggestions helped! So, we've established … Continue reading 4 Steps To Making Your Goals More Achievable
Steve Jobs is on indefinite medical leave again -- in an email to his staff on MLK Day he cited health reasons. As a quintessential icon of our contemporary culture -- to encompass business, technology, and influence -- it saddens me greatly to see someone as hardworking as he to have to struggle through so … Continue reading The Only True Wealth Is Health
I had this great blog entry planned out, but then I decided I was too tired to write a post and edit it. Instead I decided to vlog and it took just as long...but at least it exercised a different part of my brain and I feel as though I've learned something new. Yay iMovie! … Continue reading Surrounding Yourself With The Right People