Motivation is closely tied to our expectation of success.
What you do now is infinitely more inspiring than what you say you’ll do in the future.
Most people just want four things: connection, autonomy, progress and a peaceful state of mind.
Before bringing in the new we must create a vacuum.
What career switchers can learn from Joaquin Phoenix, Heath Ledger, Natalie Portman and other great actors.
Intuition is not a mystical power held by a few, but rather an innate tool that we need to exercise daily.
Left unattended, our strengths can quickly become weaknesses.
Success does not always come from thinking, trying or striving harder.
Design a day full of small wins, and your perfect day is right around the corner. Here are eight exercises to help you do so.
Unlock your perfect day with these 10 questions.
How can we enjoy life not only when everything goes our way, but also when things don’t?
Investing in money or friends is a false dichotomy – of course we should invest in both. But which gives more security?
“Outsight, much more than reflection, lets you reshape your image of what you can do and what is worth doing.” – Herminia Ibarra
Did today matter? Why or why not?
Gifting has an exponential ripple effect.
When I’m not living my perfect day, I’ve learned to examine the context surrounding my behavior, and question the assumptions behind not only my perfect day but what conventional wisdom says is good, right and acceptable. Most of all I’ve learned to forgive myself.
Before using ready made phrases I’ll pause and think: do they expand or shrink the listener’s worldview? Do they invite or mute conversation? What worldview do they enforce? Better yet, I won’t use them at all.
How powerful are the narratives that we hold others in? And that others hold us in?
Marketing begins with the questions: “What does the other party want? What does it value? What are its goals? What does it consider results?”
The age of distraction-free movie going is over