As I wake to the City of Los Angeles where I live, under curfew, today I question how I can become part of the dismantling of the legacy of racism.
I’m waking up this morning to a country that feels like a tinderbox. This moment allows us to reflect on one question deeply. This is what I discuss in today’s podcast.
Jim Rohn said, “You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with”. How can we make sure we are spending time with the most positive people possible at this time? I have some suggestions that you can implement today.
In the end, only three things matter - or so the quote goes. Let’s look at those three things and investigate why one of them can be a little tricky.
We are living in a culture of instant gratification, and it can be hard to see how our current actions affect our future selves. Keeping an eye on our future selves is powerful. If you want to take action today to take care of your future self, then this episode is for you.
It can be hard right now if every day looks the same. However, there is a way to change things up. In today’s episode, I explain how.
As you wake up the first 30 minutes of your day can be a game-changer for your happiness if you use them consciously. This is what I discuss in today’s episode.
Sometimes people in our lives annoy and frustrate us. However, right now, those situations can be more difficult. How do we manage the relationships in our lives that feel frustrating?
In today’s episode, I discuss why I disagree with this famous saying.
Having someone in your life who inspires you to become more of who you want to be is compelling. In this episode, I tell the story of a famous teacher who inspired me to a bigger life and why having people like this in our lives is so helpful.
Learning how to trust ourselves is an essential part of becoming friends with ourselves. In today’s podcast, I discuss what I believe to be is the best way to learn to trust yourself.
A friend asked me a question about the biggest change I had to make in my life to become who I am now. This episode is my answer.
It can be hard to be effective at the moment with our home and work life becoming somewhat of a grey area. Effectiveness hacking is one of my favourite things. Here are my tips and tricks on how to be productive while you are working from home.
When we are at any sort of crossroads, getting advice and guidance is invaluable. You have at your disposal a huge source of wisdom. Here’s how to ask for what you need.
As we try and manage the relationships in our lives, our work and learning new things, there is one mindset we can adopt that will allow us to show up in the most compelling way.
If you had a small chance of dying or winning millions of dollars, would you take it? In this episode, I discuss why this is such an important question.
There is one thing that if we can understand it, one author describes it as the beginning of wisdom. As we all want to be wise in today’s podcast, I discuss what it is.
No one wants to make mistakes or not be perfect. However, we all make them because none of us is perfect. In this episode, I discuss the power of not being perfect.
In today’s episode, we discuss how to what appears ordinary can be unbelievably impressive.
Our habits control us. Most of the time, we are entirely unaware that they do. In this episode, I discuss why working with them is so important.
It can be so easy to be a Debbie Downer, especially when you are in a group of people. Here’s why shifting that can have such a significant impact on not only you but everyone in your life.
As we move through this time, there are three areas we can look at to measure the time that appears to be rolling together. By being aware of these three measures, we can quickly transform the days and weeks ahead.
It’s really important to take of our bodies over this time. So many of us are struggling with over eating and under exercising. To day I speak with trainer Liz Letchford as to what we can do right now to keep our bodies moving.
How do we know that we are right? This is what we discuss in today’s podcast.