To Worry or Not to Worry?
Do we have a choice? I sure think we do. It became a lot easier for me when I began to define worry as—guaranteed misery today for something that may or may not happen in the future. In fact,
Intention vs. Agenda — Letting Magic Happen
Over the past several months, I had the great privilege of experiencing the magic of our wonderful universe. Based on this experience, I had the following epiphany -- "When you drop your agenda and s
Meditation Over Medication
About 10 years ago, I bent down to pick up a measly toothbrush and I developed a catch in my lower back and I could not stand up. I was in tremendous pain and we called the doctor for help. The fir
Can Success be defined beyond Money and Power?
There seems to be a growing interest for many to ponder the question, "Can I define success using anything else beyond the traditional measures of money and power?" So much so, that an entire day of p
Career Choice: Focus on Achievement & Pleasure or Joy & Fulfillment?
Is there a real difference between Joy & Fulfillment vs. Achievement & Pleasure or is it purely semantics? Let's see if this makes any sense to you. Most of us have been raised to believe t
My Big Choice: Following my Calling or Making a Living?
Today is the first day following my biggest choice in life, or so my mind thinks. I made the choice to give up a lucrative job as a Chief Operating Officer & Life Coach at a top Wealth Manageme
Human Beings vs. Human Doings: How do we consciously choose one over the other?
Most of us seem to live our lives as human doings. While this is not an original term that I coined, I can't seem to recall where I first heard it. We tend to get caught up in the rat race — tr
What’s Driving You? Get to know the source of your motivations!
It took me a while to get to the bottom of this question. I have always been a driven individual, but I was not aware of what was driving me. For a long while, I felt like a marathon runner who did