Why Change Your Life? (Why I Changed Mine)

Is the way you're living life today going to take you where you want to go? Is what you’re doing now going to get you “there”? And what are the implications if things don’t work out? When I started my transition out of the corporate world it wasn’t just because of the...
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Power Through Vulnerability: Take Your Mask Off

We find our power when we reveal ourselves as we truly are. We reveal ourselves as we truly are when we allow ourselves to be truly vulnerable. Power and vulnerability go hand-in-hand. Sharing my vulnerabilities with those closest to me – intimate partners; family;...
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Insights from a 10 Day Vipassana Meditation Retreat

For 10 days in August I sat in silence at the Dhamma Bhumi Vipassana Meditation Retreat in the Blue Mountains near Sydney, Australia. Now that I’ve had some time to reflect on the experience, I’d like to share with you what I learned. I entered the retreat perhaps the...
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Why Change Your Life? (Why I Changed Mine)

Is the way you're living life today going to take you where you want to go? Is what you’re doing now going to get you “there”? And what are the implications if things don’t work out? When I started my transition out of the corporate world it wasn’t just because of the...

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Power Through Vulnerability: Take Your Mask Off

We find our power when we reveal ourselves as we truly are. We reveal ourselves as we truly are when we allow ourselves to be truly vulnerable. Power and vulnerability go hand-in-hand. Sharing my vulnerabilities with those closest to me – intimate partners; family;...

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The Gift of Aging

My 94-year-old grandfather Raymond Melouney is currently lying in a hospital in Sydney, Australia. Growing up in poverty, he went on to become a pilot in World War I, an honorary delegate for Australia in South Africa, the owner of multiple businesses in South...

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Lessons from the Dying: My Aunt & Her Cancer

Six weeks ago I found out my Aunt has a grade 4 brain cancer in her frontal lobe. It’s called a Glioblastoma Multiforme and it’s the most aggressive cancer that begins within the brain. She learned this while on a trip in the United Kingdom with many of her family and...

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A Game-Changing Perspective Shift for Life

When it comes to success, you've probably heard many "Rags-to-Riches" stories. But don't you think it's just as commendable to go from "Average-to-Extraordinary"? The reason why is that when things are "good enough" and you're "comfortable," the incentive to take the...

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Conscious Language Tips

Coming off a very powerful two-day Six Figure Mentor and Digital Experts Academy event in New Jersey, I want to share with you a tidbit of what we discussed. Conscious Language tips Stop saying “Have to” and start saying “Get to” – You don't "have" to do anything...

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Want to Change the World? React with Love

There once lived a nomadic tribe in the remotest areas of Africa. If a tribe member was caught stealing or inflicting harm on others (or their property), the tribe formed a circle around the perp. Then, starting with the chief, each person shared positive things about...

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The Two Culprits of Procrastination

There are two things you get to look at if you're struggling with procrastination. (1) Clarity of Vision (2) Sense of Urgency Without a clear and compelling vision don't expect to be pulled toward your goals. Without a sense of urgency to realize that vision you also...

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Would You Take the Road Less Travelled?

One day, if we're lucky, we will be old and grey and falling apart. And we will think back on the life we lived. We will think back on the adventures we had, the adventures we missed, the path we walked, the risks we took. Did we live our life well? we might ask...

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Five Daily Practices for Success

Things we are ignorant about often appear simple. As we deepen our understanding, we realize what we thought was simple is in fact quite complex. After patiently sifting through that complexity, what was temporarily complex once again becomes simple. This is referred...

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Four Questions to Live Intelligently

I’ve been in Bali for the past few days and when my Balinese hotel driver dropped me at my resort I learned that he earns $160 per month. This was a happy guy, a good guy, and a damn hard worker. The unfortunate reality for him is that his earning potential is...

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What Is The Dip and Why Should You Care?

What if I told you that sometimes things have to get worse before they get better in your life? The Dip is what I call that period of time where things get worse before they get better. Take, for example, learning how to snowboard. For 1-3 days, you're in The Dip....

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5 Steps to Freedom and Conscious Creation

Kétség is the Hungarian word for "Despair." It means two-ness. Despair (Des-pair; Two-ness) arises when you are not in unity with your higher self. I assert that there's a part of you that knows what you truly want, who you truly want to become, and the quickest way...

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You Can Achieve Your Dreams

Running faster on a hamster wheel won't get you off of it. Stop too suddenly and you'll hurt yourself. This is the dilemma many people face in life: They find themselves locked into something that's not what they're truly seeking. They want change, but just can't see...

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What Is Leadership?

​​​Leadership is not what you think it is. It’s not a position. It’s not a title. It’s not standing on stage in front of thousands of people. It’s not knowledge. Leadership is your ability to know who you truly are so you can break down all the barriers and pursue a...

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