Stress Management

Be 100% Responsible for Your Aliveness

Be 100% Responsible for Your Aliveness

By | March 24, 2011 at 8:36 pm | No comments

Be 100% responsible for your aliveness. No one else is responsible for your aliveness if you're an adult. You are. You're responsible for keeping your aliveness going, for feeling your aliveness, for celebrating your aliveness, for honoring your aliveness, for caring for your...

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There’s Nothing Wrong, There’s Only Reality #2

There’s Nothing Wrong, There’s Only Reality #2

By | January 14, 2011 at 7:21 pm | 2 comments

Listen to Podclass via media player below (12 mins): Some highlights from this class: There's nothing wrong with you. There's only the reality of you. There's never been anything wrong with you. There's only been the reality of you -- each moment of your life up into...

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Say Yes! to Loving & Leading the Flow of Your Life

Say Yes! to Loving & Leading the Flow of Your Life

By | January 3, 2011 at 10:49 pm | No comments

Use this class as “A Model for Coaching Yourself to Success & Happiness Today & Every Day”  Listen via media player below (7 mins) Some highlights from this class: When you're not being responsible for your life, loving being responsible for your...

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Love the Details of Your Life

Love the Details of Your Life

By | October 6, 2010 at 9:28 pm | No comments

Verbatim Excerpt from Podclass: "What's occurring to me is, 'Oh, if you’re loving the details of your life, you’re loving this second. You’re loving the details of this moment, so you’re loving time.'  Wow!  [laughter]  Excuse me, but I’m like… I spent most of...

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CARE! (the verb)

CARE! (the verb)

By | September 21, 2010 at 6:12 pm | No comments

It’s a skill to care for yourself. It’s a skill to care for a project.  Care! Care! And you can learn the skill. It’s a fundamental skill to learn, to integrate, to be doing it all the time. When is it not in your best interest to be caring for yourself?  When?  When,...

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Be Open to Learning the Reality of Others

Be Open to Learning the Reality of Others

By | September 9, 2010 at 9:50 pm | No comments

There are two kinds of learning. There is fixed-fact learning -- which is what our educational system is focused on, and I'm even going to say “obsessed with,” and I'm even going to say, “and which our culture is obsessed with.”   The other kind of learning is what...

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