The Big Leap – How We Limit Ourselves

How we grow and evolve is an ongoing process and I have discovered that concepts I’ve loved can also come around again. Recently I have been asked about limits and how we can unconsciously set a “ceiling” on how much success, money or even happiness,...

Wellness – What Creates True Wellness?

This past June I had the opportunity to give a keynote address at a conference in Bogota, Colombia. They asked me to speak about Wellness and “Taking Charge of Your Mind”. I was delighted to be asked and opened my talk with the question: “Can you be...

Strengthening Relationships From the Inside Out

The last post I wrote about performance and how we can have patterns that sabotage our success. Nowhere is that more painful than in Relationships. Wanting to be close, whether it’s to your partner, your children or an aging parent, is so important and yet can...

Don’t Let Grief Drown You

My last blog post I focused on transitions, what they are and how to handle them more effectively. Well a loss can certainly plunge a person into a transition, whether it is loss of a relationship, a job, or even the loss of ability due to an accident or surgery. Loss...

Missing the Boat – How You Handle Transitions

Since launching my new website I have been introducing it and the eight main issues people often ask about. Today I am focusing on the issue of Transitions and how to navigate them well. As I say in my website video (click here to view the video) transitions come in...

Eliminating Anxiety and Depression

When we think of Anxiety and Depression they seem very different. Anxiety often involves a lot of energy running through the system, sometimes almost unstoppable. There is an intensity as if everything is magnified. Depression, on the other hand, profiles as a lack of...

Supporting Youth

Today I am focusing on Youth and my deep commitment to helping them know who they really are and feel confident in being themselves. I’ve known for a long time that who we are is not the “data” about us. In fact the data is often extremely...

A Fall from Grace – Part 3

I’ve told my story fairly frequently…how, although I’ve always known that I was gay, I didn’t come out until I was in my late thirties. For many years I tried not  to be gay, because the world that I lived in (the world of conservative...