Tag: howitworks

Failure is Good

Failure, or regression as I prefer to call it, is good. That may sound counter-intuitive or contradict something you may have learned or even experienced during your life. In fact, you may even feel some aversion to what I’ve said so far, but wait, there’s more! ūüôā¬† Failure is a great teacher It’s true, we Read More …

Getting In Touch With Our Feelings

In this video, I discuss some ways of becoming more in tune with ourselves and some simple ideas that are applicable to other areas of our lives. Please enjoy: [spacer height="20px"][spacer height="30px"]Photo by Amanda Sandlin on Unsplash[spacer height="50px"] Download Our Free eBook!

What Is Happiness?

Happiness is ________________?¬†[spacer height="20px"]What is happiness, exactly? I think that sometimes we tend to think or believe it to be something it’s really¬†not;¬†that perhaps to feel happy, we must be laughing or in some state of bliss. I get the impression that a lot of people are missing out on what happy is because they’ve Read More …

Does Hypnosis Work?

Well, the short answer is yes.[spacer height="20px"]I bet you’d like to know more but I would prefer you learned about it from other sources and not from me.¬†[spacer height="20px"]Here’s a short list on “how” to get more information,¬†good information from people who’ve used proper scientific method to determine it’s efficacy:¬†[spacer height="20px"]Enter these search terms in Read More …

Owning Our Dysfunctions

Recently, I posted a live video on my Facebook page. I hope you glean something from the message presented:¬†[spacer height="20px"]In simple terms, it’s important to begin promoting a version of yourself that you want to become. We often take ownership of the stuff we do; good and bad. What I am presenting here is the Read More …

Introspection: The Key to Lasting Change

One of the difficult tasks I give my clients is to “introspect”. To consider all the reasons, results and feelings associated with their thoughts and actions; how they are all related.¬†[spacer height="20px"] Being Honest¬†[spacer height="20px"] The difficulty is not in realizing the components associated with “why” we do things, but the honesty it requires to Read More …