Category Archives: Success

How to do way less, enjoy more, and get better results

  Perhaps you’ve heard of the Pareto principle, the idea that 80% of desired results comes from 20% of your efforts. Imagine how different life could be if you knew reliably which 20% of what you’re up to is contributing … Continue reading

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How Big Should a Life Be?

Should it be as big as possible? And big in terms of what? Money? Prestige? Power? I’d like to suggest that bigness is at best a poor measure of the value and import of a life. Rather than size or … Continue reading

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Happiness Doesn’t Need to Be Justified

What makes for a happy and successful life? It may take a whole lot less than you think. Consider the possibility of happiness without justification. As a coach I work with a handful of special clients to understand the spiritual … Continue reading

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This Is As Good As It Gets–Why You Don’t Need to Be More in Order to Have a Wonderful Life

Just as the sun is always shining no matter how poorly it may be obscured by the clouds, you are always whole and complete. In a very real sense, this is as good as it gets. Do you sometimes feel … Continue reading

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Why You Don’t Need to Manage Your Self-Image

Have you ever felt like the biggest thing standing between you and the way you want your life to be is your self-image? If so, this one’s for you. Do you sometimes feel like you’re peering into the mist, and … Continue reading

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