On The Calvin ShowI share everything I've learned about business, spirituality, life, health, relationships, cocktails, food, and music through a life of experimenting fearlessly, creating a multi-million dollar business, devouring acreative life, and completely redesigning my life from the inside out.
In this episode, I reveal the most important two questions you can ask yourself, as well as answer a couple of great questions from you guys.
I haven’t been blogging in a while, but the controversy over the latest MacBook Pro announcement just has me fired up. As a creator of things, I’m frankly appalled at the outrage over the new Macs. When I look at them, I understand and agree with every single one of the decisions I’ve seen Apple make here. I really don’t get why they’re taking so much heat over this.
Personally, I kept hitting refresh on the Apple Store app on my iPad after the keynote, until it was ready to take my order for...
- To punish yourself
- To improve yourself
- To avoid feeling something
- To avoid facing some truth
- Because someone told you to
- To be a good meditator
- To kill time
- To suffer
- To love yourself
- To spend quality time with your inner child
- To enjoy the juiciness of the present moment
- To enjoy your own company
- To feel yourself
I know I have.
And then something changes. An insight arrives. A deep shift within. And suddenly you understand why you did that. At a deep level.
And all that's...
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In its essence, it's pretty simple: You honor your word, you honor your commitments, you honor your boundaries, you plug the leaks and close the holes. You become whole.
If you make a promise, you keep it. If you owe money, you pay them back.
Once you get in the habit of living this way, you'll feel the energy and strength and character build up inside of you.
It can feel painful or scary or uncomfortable in the moment, but...
We filmed at night this time, so I have some fun night lighting to haunt things up a bit.
Our topic isn't haunting though, it's simple. It's simplicity, actually.
In this video I talk with Ari about the necessity for simplicity in my life, and how I find complexity totally draining.
I think there's some good stuff in here, but I want to know what you think! Email me and let me know.
Here are some fun moments from the...
In this episode, I talk with Ari about my path to starting Simplero.
Like much of what I talk about, the philosophies I espouse and the principles that have truly brought me success are not just what I've found in books or heard from other people. Not to say that external input isn't useful, but success didn't come to me until I figured out whatI actually wanted.
Simplero came into existence because I stopped listening to the noise of the world and started listening to...
Ari and I have both been sick, so today's conversation centers around how to allow ourselves the time and space to get well.
For so long, I pushed myself even if I didn't feel good because my self esteem was tied to my "productivity." Productivity is in quotes there for a reason. It took me almost 40 years to move beyond this state of mind, and I would love to share with you how I did it.
If this resonates with you, please leave a comment on the blog and share with your...
A couple of years ago it finally happened, and I'm grateful every day.
Having to work hard for something can really help you appreciate it more.
Troels recently asked me what I got out of moving to New York, and I've got the answer for you right here in today's episode of The Calvin...