George Pransky and I share some thoughts on the relevance of the three principles and “learning curves” in creating more of what we want in our lives and in the world.
In this week’s video I share the critical piece of understanding that helps people go from good to great in pretty much anything and everything they do.
Syd Banks shares the “point” of the principles and the simplicity of life beyond our thoughts in his own inimitable style.
The value of teaching the principles behind the inside-out understanding as part of working with groups regardless of the primary outcome.
A new video clip taken from session five of the Obstacle Course called Acquired Skill vs. Innate Ability. In it, you’ll hear one of my favorite quotes about what it takes to get really, really good at something and a couple of insights into what stops us from taking action to enhance our skills.
An excerpt from our brand new self-study program, The Obstacle Course to Success.
The difference between the spiritual truth of the three principles and our conclusions about the implications of that truth.
In this week’s video I share the five pieces of advice from Syd Banks that I have found most helpful in my exploration of the Principles.
My latest attempt at articulating the Three Principles at the heart of his work- what they are, why they matter, and how they work to create our experience of life.
The difference between searching, re-searching, and exploration as metaphors for different approaches to learning and the different results they produce…
My take on how such things happen – an idea becomes a project becomes a reality and goes walking around on its own two feet (metaphorically in this case :-) in the world.
This week’s video continues the theme of the blog with a clip from this year’s Supercoach Academy. In it, I share my musings on why the mind seems to be designed to forget how life works as often as it remembers.