This week, we’re continuing our exploration of connection by looking at our seemingly conflicting needs to stand out from the crowd and fit in with a group. I believe the concept of true connection solves this conflict! Read more
March 12, 2012
March 5, 2012
Today I’m introducing the Spark focus for the month of March. And I’m connecting the March concept back to our concepts for January and February. It’s all connected, yes it is!
February 27, 2012
To wrap up our February focus, I’m sharing a story from childhood that taught me some deeply important lessons on desire… Read more
February 20, 2012
Guess what? Sometimes the things we think we want aren’t really what we want at all. Today, I’m sharing a simple yet powerful tool for digging down past our surface level desires to discover the truth of what we’re really longing for. Read more
February 13, 2012
I believe opening to our desires has the power to make our lives deeply fulfilling and purposeful. However, desires can be tricky things. They usually come with baggage — layers of interesting thoughts and emotions. In today’s Spark, I’m sharing three of the most common layers I’ve noticed accompanying my desires (and those of my clients) and how those layers can help us understand our desires more fully so we can move on to the really good stuff we’re longing for. Read more
February 6, 2012
A new month is here, and that means a new focus for the weekly Sparks! For February, we’ll be delving into DESIRE. In today’s video, I’m sharing two common hang-ups I’ve noticed most folks run into when it comes to exploring and following desires.
January 30, 2012
I’m wrapping up our exploration of curiosity in the month of January by sharing a juicy self coaching tool with you. Enjoy!
January 25, 2012
The past two Januarys, I’ve started the new year by selecting a word of the year and creating a vision board. There are many different takes on what a vision board actually is, how to create one, and what the purpose is. I’ve always tried my best to keep my vision boards fairly abstract and based on desired feeling states rather than specific objects and outcomes I think I need/want in my life. I’ve never been into the whole idea of posting a picture of a shiny new car on my board, for example, and expecting to magically have a new car enter my life in the coming year. Somehow, that approach doesn’t sing to my soul. (If this approach works for you, by all means, rock it out.)
The open approach I’ve taken has served me well overall, but this year I felt the need to go even deeper into the energy of openness and discovery. Read more
January 23, 2012
At any given time in life, we all have a small (or not so small) handful of things we are pretty certain about. Maybe we’re absolutely certain that jogging is the best form of exercise and everyone should seriously start a running regimen. Maybe we’re sure that a particular political candidate is the answer to our country’s problems. Maybe we wholeheartedly believe that high fructose corn syrup is destroying lives and needs to be banned. Admit it, you hold at least a few of these types of passionate beliefs. I know I do. And I say, these are great places to invite some curiosity. Read more
January 16, 2012
I’m sure it will come as no surprise that asking questions is one of the best ways to bring more curiosity to your life. However, not all questions are equal when it comes to creating openness for discovery in your life. In fact, some questions can totally shut down the possibility for new insights. Check out this week’s video for the full scoop!