Some Thoughts on Turning Fifty

Some Thoughts on Turning Fifty

Last November, a group of around eight people approached me at a conference in Denmark where I was speaking to ask me my secrets for health and longevity. I was bemused, as the question had literally never come up before…

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Inventing the Future, part two

Inventing the Future, part two

In last week’s blog, I shared some observations about how we get in the way of our own creative capacity by unwittingly attempting to predict the future and then acting in accordance with our predictions. This week, I want to explore some ways…

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Waking Up from a Dream

Waking Up from a Dream

Regular readers of these blogs (or anyone who’s watched my TEDx talk, Why Aren’t We Awesomer?), knows that I had a somewhat mentally unstable childhood My parents managed to take it…

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Live it, Own it, Mean it

Live it, Own it, Mean it

It’s the final weekend of Supercoach Academy 2016, and as I prepare to say goodbye for now to the graduating class, I feel a mix of emotions. Sadness, at the thought of not getting to see these beautiful people…

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A Hybrid Model for Success

A Hybrid Model for Success

When I first got an early-model Prius hybrid back in 2004, I spent a remarkable amount of my driving time with one eye glued to the bit of the dashboard where you could see how much of your energy expenditure was coming from the electric engine and how much…

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The Kindness of Fear

The Kindness of Fear

I have spent most of my life afraid. Not afraid of anything in particular, though at times it certainly seemed like it. I’ve been afraid of heights and afraid of people; afraid of spiders and afraid of snakes; afraid of failure and afraid of success. But whatever it looked like…

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Going Deeper

Going Deeper

When I first began learning about the Three Principles, I threw myself into the field with my usual ‘kitchen sink’ abandon, reading every book multiple times, listening to every audio I could get my hands on, going on every course…

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How Effortless Change Happens

How Effortless Change Happens

Frank (not his real name) was a businessman from Europe who came to me to improve his client acquisition skills. During our first session, we talked about the illusory nature of thought and how easy…

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Why I Have Hope for the World

Why I Have Hope for the World

On June 12th, 2016, 49 people were killed by a gunman in a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. I watched along with millions of others as the story unfolded, the news headlines repeatedly reminding us that this was “the deadliest mass shooting on American soil

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