Resistance Much?

In my recent book I wrote in detail about my physical, mental, and spiritual transformation, an awakening of sorts, although that word feels a little cliché and over-used, sounding a little too complete, as if I have awakened and I can lean back, cross my arms behind my head, put up my feet, and take…

Chasing Greatness

A couple of weeks ago I had a Book Launch Party, and during the Q & A someone asked me what I have learned the most about myself in the process of writing Helping Effortlessly. This blog post comes from the spinning in my head from that question which resulted in answers about Greatness. If…

 “If human emotions largely result from thinking, then one may appreciably control one's feelings by controlling one's thoughts —  or by changing the internalized sentences, or self-talk, with which one largely created the feeling in the first place.”  Albert Ellis If language holds the power to deeply affect the experience of others, then language must also hold…

Mindfulness for Front-line Workers

The concept of Mindfulness is becoming mainstream, even leading organizations like Apple and Google have jumped on the bandwagon, encouraging employees to engage in this practice with research, confirming this practice not only improves creativity, focus and production but also reduces fear, anxiety, judgmental attitudes, and BURNOUT. Burnout is a rampant affliction, especially across various…