"What is time?" Augustine, once wondered. "If no one asks me", he said, "I know what it is". Then, with a disarming honesty he concluded, "if I w...
Today I want to share six of the best takeaways from Jason's transformation story along with actionable tips you can use to beat ANY fear you're facing in your life.
I was an A student but I had no idea what subjects I wanted to keep studying. Sometimes when I have no idea about something, it's because I don't c...
Self-awareness is realizing that you're more than your thoughts and feelings and that you, and not your thoughts and feelings, make your choices.
Self-development is important to help solve the world's problems. It begins within oneself. We are all interconnected.
It's easy for us to fall into the trap of absorbing what we think success looks like without ever really thinking about what this means to us personally. We chase a handed down version of success without really getting to the bottom of why we're chasing it. That will never work.
It goes without saying, I believe our inner voice "has our back" like no other... and hearkening to it will always reap us the richest rewards of all.
Forget all words and give shape to no phrases. We learn more in silence, undisturbed by the sound of our voice. For if destiny is mind dependent, then it's inferior to ourselves, therefore it's unimportant.
I suspect it’s not unusual that at most gatherings where people come together seeking deep healing and growth, a fair number of participants ha...
Everything except for life, that is. I wouldn't say it takes a Harvard Medical School education to come to this realization, but I am going to let you in on the secrets hidden in the confines of a $400,000 degree:
Who are we? If we have no past to be connected with - for what is gone is forever gone - and if we have no future to expect - for future exists o...
It's time to truly live authentically without hiding behind the mask. If you want to be successful in helping others do me a favor and invest in your own healing first.
For me, I've never been one of those people who is going all the time. I can pick up projects and work on them intensely and passionately for awhile; then, the motivation sputters and I leave everything in a corner to collect dust.
Studying Harriet Tubman's life has made me a believer in praying for help. When I first began to follow her example, I had a difficult time discerning the guidance coming my way. Yet it's still possible for us to learn how to hear and carry out the internal guidance we receive.
I didn't regret what I'd done in the slightest because I'd learned from it. I didn't regret it because, ultimately, deep down, I was only doing it because I was trying to be happy.
Today I want to share the three life lessons I learned by skydiving from 18,000 feet and how you can apply them to your life.