At the end of the day, the only thing that matters is your relationships: the relationship with yourself, with your family and loved ones, with friends, with customers, with prospects, with strangers. Relationships. And it all starts with your relationship with yourself.
The only way you can have a good relationship with anyone is by being authentic, by being real, by being your true self. Authenticity has gotten get bad rap recently. It’s had some pushback, and I want to push...
I'm flying out to Phoenix tonight to spend some days with my wonderful team members out there, and so I will be packing my bags in a little bit.
What used to be a stressful experience, always worrying that I might forget something, is now super easy. I don't have to think, I can just be watching my favorite TV show while I methodically collect all my stuff.
How, you ask?
I'm glad you asked. Because as it happens, I've just made a short video showing you how:
Enjoy, and let me know your...
One of the things Byron Katie kept saying at her workshop at Esalen last weekend was this:
Apart from what you're thinking and believing, are you okay?
You might notice, that if you really check in, and you're honest with yourself, the answer is probably "yes".
It falls well in line with everything else I've heard or read from her, but that particular way of phrasing it was new to me. And I love it.
Having clear intentions is the ENTIRE game.
We can spend endless amounts of time and energy flapping about when our intentions aren't clear.
We can spend so much effort trying to work towards a goal, pretending to be working towards a goal. But if we're not 100% clear on what we want, if we're split, torn, if we have hesitations, concerns, doubt, worry, fear, guilt, or anything pulling is away from our goal, we're not going to get there.
In that case, it's much better to stop what we're...
If you want to say "Thank you for your patience", don't say "Sorry I'm always late".
I've really taken this to heart. I rarely say sorry anymore.
Apologizing always felt weird to me. My dad would sometimes make me do it. Would make me apologize to my brother, for example. I never quite understood it. How does the apology make things better? I did what I did in the moment because it...
I love these glimpses where you realize that someone wildly successful and famous like Matt Daemon is just like the rest of us. He had to go through tons of rejections and learn things for himself before he got to where he is.
I particularly love the part where he talks about going to auditions early in his career, and always feeling like the people on the other side of the table were his adversaries.
Only when he was part of auditioning for Good Will Hunting did he realize it's the other...
One thing that really resonated with me, and has stayed...