Beauty and the Beach

Fact Blindness Syndrome: Why skeptics suffer just as much as the hard-core religious from it

Skeptics, you can go rot rot away in your own personal hell of self-created delusion thinking you have it all figured out when you’re no different than a religious fanatic […]

The Unexpected Lesson

This is a guest post by Allie Smith-Hobbs. I was recently copied on an email that said, “I hoped you learned something, even if it was not what you intended” […]

Security versus joy and inspiration: which wins?

For the past week, I’ve been processing some of the experiences from Bali. One of them was this. I went to Bali for a mastermind retreat. I had only met the […]

Travel Anxieties and… embracing the unknown!

When you travel, does it bring up anxiety for you? It does for me. And it’s always weird little stuff that gets me. For example: I just rode for about […]

Schizophrenia and air travel

I have schizophrenia. I think this is common amongst modern air travelers. It’s a schizophrenia of alternating love and hate. I’m in the air on my way to Bali. It’ll […]

Judging failure is futile self-judgement

This is part of a message from me to myself after I judged something I was doing as a “failure.” Maybe you will find it useful. You never know the […]

How to be a "nice girl" in 9 easy steps

We are often told that, as girls, we’ve got to be “nice” – or ELSE. (Or else what? Someone might not like us or might not approve of us! This […]

Questions from a Recent Joint Webinar

Sometimes I bring guests on-board to provide trainings and other resources – and sometimes that brings up questions. In this short video, I answer a few of the common questions […]

BUSTED: Three Productivity Myths (video)

BUSTED: Three Productivity Myths  It’s creative leaps and insights that create true success, not the number of hours at your desk. In fact, carving the powder on this untracked slope is […]