• Stepping into your Purpose with Lisa Nichols
    Inspiration

    Step Into Your Purpose with Lisa Nichols

    This was presented at Mindvalley in 2018 and was intended for coaches and educators. But there is so much value in the content about finding your purpose and connecting with your inner light, I felt compelled to share it here. Lisa also talks about dealing with fear in a positive way (which I will be talking more about next week) and shares her journey to finding her dream. Treat yourself to a power hour of inspirational content.

  • Books
    Book Reviews

    2021: 12 Months. 12 Books I Recommend

    I was on a forum discussing personal growth and one of the members asked for book recommendations that they could study this year. The goal is one book per month for 2021. This is part of my 2021 #WisdomWednesdays series, and if you have an area you would like me to explore, drop me a message with your question. You should know by now that I read a lot of books each year, mostly in audio format, and in 2020 I reached 50 books throughout the year (including re-reads of some). I reviewed a good selection of them on this site (see the book reviews section), but I took a…

  • Your Stand is Your Brand
    Book Reviews,  Character,  Career

    Your Stand is Your Brand

    Outstanding and pivotal. This book applies as equally to personal development as it does to business since Your Stand is routed in your own identity. I found it to be ‘the missing link’ in my personal journey and Patrick’s 5P Expansion Sequence is one which is easy to understand yet requires focused effort by the individual (or business team) to truly dig deep and understand your inner workings and then apply conscious choice to embrace your truth, instead of unconscious choice and operate with your conditioned choices which are often in conflict and, ultimately, lead to your lack of success in any or all areas of your life. The book…

  • Elizabeth Gilbert
    Inspiration

    Your Elusive Creative Genius

    Elizabeth Gilbert muses on the impossible things we expect from artists and geniuses — and shares the radical idea that instead of the rare person “being” a genius, all of us “have” a genius. It’s a funny, personal and surprisingly moving talk. Update – Oct 2017. I have been reading about Buddhism recently and this concept also appears in the writings. The idea of a second entity from which intuition and guidance come appears to have been around for a very long time.