The first rule in developing a proper attitude toward money is accepting the truth that it is not yours. The financial resources that you now possess are only passing through your hands, to be used, to be stewarded and to then flow to others. Often it is how well you steward what you have already been entrusted with that will determine how much more you will get in the future. Developing a healthy attitude to the responsibility of having money,...
Marriage and the responsibilities that go with it are overwhelming. If done wrong it can be crushing and destructive. If done well it is the greatest pleasure and sense of fulfillment a person could ever experience. If you have been faking your way through your role as a husband – let’s talk. This is too important for you and those you love to just get by each day. You are responsible for your wife, her happiness and the strength of your...
We are relationship hungry creatures. While some of us enjoy our alone time, and some like to work alone and we all strive for a sense of independence and freedom, bottom line – we need one another. It is the way we are made, to communicate, to associate, to collaborate, to live in Relationship. How well we do this is often the key to how successful we are in so much of life.Read more
Brilliance most often occurs in the quiet, in that liminal space between the noise and the confusion. By intentionally silencing the world around us, our brains are better able to process, creativity is stirred and our unconscious mind provides answers that our conscious mind is unable to formulate.Read more
While many approaches to coaching, personal development and professional growth take a smooth, slow changes, one step at a time approach – there just comes a time when you’ve got to make things happen.
Sympathetic emotions and empathetic words have a place in many situations. But if you’ve been too easy on yourself and your dreams keep slipping away – it may be time to get tough on yourself.Read more
The rules are clear of what is expected if you were to take a seat in the circle. Listen first, be ready to tell your story, be ready to answer questions. Ask questions, listen quietly, listen actively. Everything is confidential. Nothing leaves the circle.Read more