Seeing how far you’ve come

Seeing how far you’ve come

I have a book coming out, spring 2018. Let me say that, again: I have a book coming out, spring 2018. I’ll leave it to everyone else who has a book coming out to be too cool to cop to feeling some mixture of excited, intimidated, and WTF. (Me? I’m a “WTF is this...
how to change your life

how to change your life

I was thinking about this question of how to change your life when I ran across this quote: “Resistance to change is a natural part of the human condition. We all want progress, but we don’t like change, especially change imposed from the outside. No matter how...
Stop waiting to feel inspired (or motivated)

Stop waiting to feel inspired (or motivated)

(Here’s an excerpt from my book, Your Most Courageous Self: the definitive guide to unparalleled bad-assery. Your Courageous Life email subscribers will get access to the audio of the introduction. Sign up, here: YourCourageousLife.com/begin). Good gravy, the...
bari tessler art of money

bari tessler art of money

In this interview with Bari Tessler, author of The Art of Money, we discuss: – How body-based practices can deepen your connection to money – Why you’re not alone with the “stuff” that comes up around money – When you know you want...
The truth about caring what others think

The truth about caring what others think

Truth? I care about what others think and it’s my preference to be liked. I don’t need that approval to validate who I am, nor do I need it 100% of the time, but if I’m honest (and we might as well be) I like to be liked, and guess what? So do you. Why don’t we...
How to work with the voices of the inner critic

How to work with the voices of the inner critic

The inner critic is painfully misunderstood. It’s actually not out to get you. And silencing the inner critic? Silencing the inner critic doesn’t work. Here’s a good metaphor: your inner critic is like one of those streetwise dogs that finally gets picked...