The difference between doing things to decorate the inside of our “egg” and doing things in order to “hatch”.
In this week’s video, Dicken Bettinger shares a graphic metaphor for how being with people in a high state of mind works better than the alternative.
In this week’s video, I offer up a more visual representation (thanks, Cathy Casey!) of our tendency to overthink things and how to stop.
In this video I do my best to point to the relevance of our spiritual nature to the quality of our relationships, our success at work, and the way we live our lives.
How it is that sometimes we can work our fingers to the bone without making any noticeable progress yet at other times one or two well-placed actions lead to exponential results?
If you think you need to get your psychology together before you can create in the world, this video will hopefully direct your attention to a more useful and relevant part of the creative process
I explore where stress comes from and the intelligence behind life that takes care of us regardless of what we think or do.
Dr. Aaron Turner and I share what we’ve seen about the nature of goals and thought that’s at the heart of both his work in businesses and my work with clients and Creating the Impossible program.
My personal definition of creativity and the two key elements to unleashing it in your world.
This week’s video was recorded live yesterday as the jumping off point for Creating the Impossible 2017. I share how to find a project to work on that will not only capture your imagination but also bring forth a deeper connection with your creative potential…
In this week’s video, I share my latest attempt at articulating the Three Principles the heart of my work- what they are, why they matter, and how they work to create our experience of life.
This week’s video, taken from a talk I gave at the recent 3PGC conference, I share the difference between searching, re-searching, and exploration as metaphors for different approaches to learning and the different results they produce.