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.
This week’s video is taken from the Supercoach Self-Coaching Program and points to the impact of learning more about the principles behind the inside-out understanding in both our personal and professional lives.
This week’s video is taken from a recent Supercoach Academy and speaks to how seeing through our thought-created realities allows us to thrive, even when things aren’t going the way we’d like or are taking longer than we had hoped.
In the video, Emerging Voices graduate, Mer Monson, shares her “last lecture to the world”. It’s sweet, funny, moving, life-affirming, and a testimony to how the true purpose of life may simply be a life well-lived.
In this week’s video I share the simple cause of a loss of confidence and the equally simple path back to the confidence we were born with.
In this week’s video, I speak to another aspect of what I see as The Brilliance of the Design – the self-correcting nature of our thought/feeling system. After spending much of the first 40 years of my life trying to control my emotions, it came as a bit of a revelation to see that when I took my hands of the wheel of my own thinking, my feelings took care of themselves.
This week’s video illustrates how differently we approach our work if we’re coming from insecurity or we’re coming from inspiration. It also serves as an introduction to a brand new three week program I’ll be running this May called A Whole New Way of Thinking About Business.
This week’s video is taken from last weekend’s launch of the 8 month Genius Catalyst Program. While I will admit to having used positive thoughts recreationally in the past, it’s been more than ten years since I deliberately snorted one. (That will make sense if you watch the video – promise!)
In this week’s video I share a simple analogy for why we seem to have a genius for some things but not others, along with an even simpler solution that allows us to “plug back in” to our innate creative genius.