When we see how all good things flow from our embodied understanding (i.e. “feel”) for things, we naturally focus more on expanding our knowing and less on accumulating knowledge.
In this week’s video I make a simple distinction about what’s real and what we make up and why it matters that we know which is which.
This week’s video focuses on a different aspect of the same theme – why slowing down has nothing to do with quitting your job or giving up on your dreams.
This week’s video, taken from the Obstacle Course to Success, picks up on one of the key points in the blog and demonstrates why our “power of prophecy” is vastly overrated and the implications of that in how we live our lives.
This week’s video, expands on the metaphor from the blog and how life assists us in creating cool stuff in the world. It’s taken from our upcoming Supercoach self-coaching program, available for pre-order now…
In this week’s video Anita Moorjani shares a metaphor for how we get bogged down by fear and the one thing we need to do to come back to life.
This week's video features Anita Moorjani and is taken from our online program Experiencing God. In it, she shares what she saw about the nature of life during her near death experience that ultimately led to the disappearance of...
This week’s video is taken from a recent Supercoach Academy session and compares the experience of learning about the principles with watching a sex scene be filmed in a movie. It actually makes mores sense when you watch it… :-)
This week’s video is taken from a talk I gave with Dr. Aaron Turner at a 3PGC conference back in 2013. I make the distinction between the principles as a field and as an understanding, and share a metaphor to explain why I think staying fresh with our sharing of the understanding is ultimately more important than trying to grow the field.
In this week’s video, excerpted from the Coaching from the Inside-Out self study program, I explain why I don’t encourage note taking and where the true value in any learning experience actually comes from.
This week’s video is one of my favorite excerpts from the Experiencing God online program where Anita Moorjani and I dive deep into not only how to love yourself in a “non-icky” way but also the unexpected benefits of having an ego.
This week’s video is taken from the Experiencing God online program and features an exploration of both why people have such strong reactions to the word “God” and what those reactions can get in the way of our seeing and experiencing.
This week’s video is the first of a series of excerpts I’ll be sharing from the Anita Moorjani program. In it, Anita and I explore the relationship between love and fear and why “disappearing fear” is actually the most natural thing in the world.
In this week’s video I share how even something as seemingly “real” as taxes are completely made into mountains or molehills by the power of thought.
This week’s video is taken from a masterclass I gave for my mentee Karen DiMarco’s wonderful Weightless program. In this clip, I share my pondering about why the only weight we need to lose might just be the weight of the world.
In this week’s video I share a couple of stories about what I learned about the deeper nature of integrity from my dad.
In this week’s video you can watch a clip from the video program where Anita and I explore our own (and the world’s) discomfort with talking about “God” as a way of pointing to the infinite.
This week’s video is taken from a talk I gave in New York City with my friend and colleague Mara Gleason Olsen. As the title suggests, it’s an exploration of why the world can not only change, but changing it might well be easier than we think.
In this week’s video I point to how sometimes what we think of as our strengths are what’s actually in the way of our tapping in to our deeper potential for creative expression and productivity.
In this week’s video my mentor and colleague Elsie Spittle shares her insights into how both our spiritual nature and human nature are essential parts of the oneness of life.
In this week’s video I share how a deeper understanding of where our experience is coming from eliminates the fear of being human. And as Syd Banks said, “If the only thing people learned was not to be afraid of their own experience, that alone would change the world.”