When you’re at war with yourself and you win, who loses?
Posted on February 16, 2022 Leave a Comment
Whoa. Now that’s a mind-blower for me, for sure. I first heard this as I was listening to a free series of conversations about transformations, from NLP Marin. I was unfamiliar with NLP, and since I can’t seem to stop learning stuff I checked out their website (maybe you are wondering what it is, like […]
Posted on September 18, 2019 Leave a Comment
We all have personal interests. They are our creative outlets, our down time, a way that we re-balance. Some of these are easily identifiable: writing, painting, playing an instrument, throwing pottery… We name these “Arts.” Others are less obvious: cooking, puzzles, reading, gaming… We label these “Hobbies.” What we call them doesn’t matter. What does […]
Change your lens.
Posted on April 3, 2019 2 Comments
Self-help, mental wellness, and personal growth is awesome. I highly recommend it. And if you’re here, you’re likely already doing this. However, there is a sneaky part of self-improvement that many of us start from which is short-sighted. We view ourselves through the lens of seeing that something is wrong, and we’re trying to fix […]
Posted on February 28, 2018 Leave a Comment
I love constantly learning more about myself. I have always found treasure in self-help and self-improvement books. And somewhere along the way I began calling it “self-growth” and “self-awareness” as I continue to unearth abundance. Because I finally understood that I was never deficient. That there was never anything to fix in the first place.
Self-Improvement Is A Farce
Posted on April 12, 2017 1 Comment
For a long time now, I have seriously appreciated self-improvement books, courses, and materials. Sometimes I wonder if I single-handedly power this global economic industry… For example, I’m currently practicing how to improve my relationships (with friends, loved ones, money, myself) through clearing myself. And then I had an Aha Moment. The kind that made […]