My New Book

I’ve just finished a new book, Insights for a Happier Life: Shortcuts for Creating Positive Changes One Moment at a Time, and I’m happy to announce you can now order it as a Kindle book on Amazon or as a paperback from Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or your local bookstore. Insights for a Happier Life
  • 13 Aug, 2015
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Pause Your Machinery: Accomplishing Your Goals

Stop and take a moment to “pause your machinery.” The concepts and techniques I present throughout my latest book, Your Mind Is What Your Brain Does for a Living, require mindfulness to learn and master, and this brief written exercise will give you the opportunity to rest, step outside the pattern of passive reading, and
  • 27 Jul, 2015
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Awakening to Your Full Potential as a Human Being

I mentioned earlier that I had the privilege of interviewing the spiritual teacher Ram Dass. At one point in our interview, he talked about his experience of how, through the mindfulness that he was developing through meditation, he was gaining a different perspective on his identity and all the other aspects of his program­ming that
  • 20 Jul, 2015
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The Ugly Duckling

When we’re on automatic pilot, we may complain about the experiences that we want and don’t currently have instead of mind­fully reflecting on the possibility that our disappointment is an out­come of our current wiring. The reality is that our current wiring enables us to do certain things very well and other things not as
  • 13 Jul, 2015
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Pause Your Machinery: Wisdom Pages

Stop and take a moment to “pause your machinery.” The concepts and techniques I present throughout my latest book, Your Mind Is What Your Brain Does for a Living, require mindfulness to learn and master, and this brief written exercise will give you the opportunity to rest, step outside the pattern of passive reading, and
  • 6 Jul, 2015
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