The Byron Katie Experience

The Byron Katie Experience

In October, I had the life-transforming experience of going to Byron Katie’s School for the Work. I’ve been wanting to write about it ever since but I’ve been struggling with how to approach the topic. Katie (as everyone calls her) is pretty hard to describe, probably...
5 Strategies to Find the Flow

5 Strategies to Find the Flow

Flow is that blissful experience that you have when you are so engaged in what you are doing that time slips away. You are one with the task, completely absorbed and utterly content. I’m pretty sure you know what I’m talking about. Studies show that 87% have...
The One Way to End Self-Sabotage

The One Way to End Self-Sabotage

When I speak to people about self-sabotage, most everyone seems to relate to this frustrating, self-destructive behavior. Maybe you too are aware of your own patterns of self-sabotage, or maybe your saboteur works in more subtle ways. The Mark of the Saboteur The...
Seize the Day with This Epic Morning Routine

Seize the Day with This Epic Morning Routine

Routines are a great way to entrain yourself into healthy habits. And there is no better time of day to establish a strong routine than first thing in the morning. Here’s the routine that I have used to powerfully launch me into my day. 1) Maintain a media-free zone...
For those disinclined to set goals…

For those disinclined to set goals…

The idea of setting goals makes me want to shrivel up. Perhaps that’s because I’m what Gretchen Rubin describes as a “Questioner.” According to her typology, Questioners are motivated by inner expectations but not outer ones. The problem with setting goals is that...