the abuse and mis-use of self-help

the abuse and mis-use of self-help

It’s one of the classic self-help exercises: you write a letter to someone you’re furious at, letting them know every little thing that they’ve done wrong. You let it all hang out. You tell them in no uncertain terms how screwed up their behavior was. And then, you...
live from where the truth resides

live from where the truth resides

The day that I decided I was done with client no-shows, late payments, offering a gazillion different freebies to prove my worth before a client would decide to work together, holding back in a session for fear that a client would get upset if I stopped colluding with...
the courage to be sacredly unapologetic

the courage to be sacredly unapologetic

Like peeling layers to get closer to the core, every successful person has to learn the art of becoming more and more sacredly unapologetic. The courage to be sacredly unapologetic is in knowing that even when people, perhaps even people you love, feel blecch about...
The Desire Map: Coming to San Francisco

The Desire Map: Coming to San Francisco

I’ve been a fan of Danielle LaPorte’s Desire Map since it debuted. I’ve written about it here, here, and here. (Hey there–don’t get lost in that link clicking, because this announcement is big!) When her team reached out and asked if I...