In this week’s video I present a simple model of relationships that explains both why we often feel disconnected from others and why being in love is the easiest thing in the world. (You can explore this and ten other lessons in more depth as part of the Supercoach Self-Coaching Program.)
In this week’s video I talk about how I’ve come to see that depression itself is a sign of our mental health and not an illness in its own right.
In this week’s video I offer up a different kind of advice from Syd – pointers gleaned from his talks and writings about how to both “get” the principles and wake up to the happiness and well-being at the heart of our nature.
This week’s video, from a recent Supercoach Academy training, it’s a 3 minute summary of what the principles are (and aren’t) and where people often get stuck in learning and teaching about them.
In this week’s video I explore how our underlying premises in business hold us back from making money and our underlying premises about the world make it a difficult thing to change.
In this week’s video, two more of my past apprentices and mentees, John El-Mokadem and Karen DiMarco, share a bit of their story and insights gleaned from their life-changing work sharing the inside-out understanding and the foundations of health
For this week’s video, I continue the conversation about our shared humanity in Can a TEDx Talk Really Change the World?, recorded just outside Zurich last December as part of the student-led TEDx HSG. In hindsight I think it starts a bit slowly, but once it gets going it’s pretty much the best job I’ve ever done at pointing to who we all are before our separate realities get created.
This week’s video is adapted from last week’s blog and was filmed live as part of this past weekend’s Genius Catalyst Intensive. It’s a bit of a laugh but packs a surprising punch if you watch all the way to the end.
This week’s video is taken from our new Financial Freedom from the Inside-Out program This is a brand new 30+ session self-coaching program featuring me alongside Steve Chandler. We’ve designed it as an opportunity to transform your relationship with your finances and take a fresh look at how much easier it might be to make money than you think.
In this week’s video, one of my coaching apprentices turned colleagues Nicola Bird shares some thoughts on how recognizing the nature of our busy minds can liberate us from anxiety and lead to what she describes in her soon to be released first book with Hay House, A Little Peace of Mind.
In this week’s video I use the analogy of being on a film set to explain how transformative coaching offers so much more to clients than just helping them to perform better and reach their goals.
I didn’t want to do another TED event until I knew I had a fresh idea worth spreading, and for me, this one speaks less to the specifics of what I share in the world than to why I think it’s so important for it to be shared.