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,
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 you make good choices when you are in “reaction” mode?
Dana Wilde from The Mind Aware Show reached out to me a few days ago and asked if I could address the topic, "How do you make better choices when you’re in “reaction” mode all day?" The focus of
Crossing the Inner Chasm: From MindLESS to MindFUL
As we begin to be more mindful in our lives and shift away from living mindlessly in an auto-pilot manner, we need to acknowledge the chasm that exists between these two states of being. We usually
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
Making Choices: Big Ones vs. Everyday Little Choices
We have all heard the old adage that our lives are the product of our choices. Why is it that no one really bothers to take the time to teach us this vital skill — Making Choices? Not in school,
More Veterans may Opt for Suicide: Unintended Consequences of Good Intentions?
While many are struggling during these tough economic times, perhaps one of the most overlooked groups is that of our Veterans. These heroes, whose lives are called to go above and beyond, often retu
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