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LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE ON SOUNDWISE The most useful principles that catapult your growth are SIMPLE, whether it’s growth in your personal, spiritual, financial or work life. Because they are simple, most people tend to disregard them. And because they don’t usually give you immediate results (though they really set you apart from everyone else in 5 to 10 years), most people don’t have the patience for them. In this episode I’ll tell you about…

LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE ON SOUNDWISE Imagine how much more effective your social interactions would be if you could read anyone’s “vibe” on the spot. Want to know who to talk to as you walk into a networking event? Try to decide if you should go on a second date with the charming stranger from Tinder? Want to know how you can best help when your spouse/child seem down? Being able to intuitively read others…

LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE ON SOUNDWISE 99% of the world suffers from low self esteem, in one form or another. If you think you’re the only person carrying that burden, it’s because everyone is so good at pretending. Because we’re all taught that to succeed you need to be confident and believe in yourself. If you doubt yourself and doubt yourself often…of your worth and your capability, that’s the sign of a healthy human. If…

Any creation process has two essential aspects: inspiration and execution, which corresponds to the masculine and feminine energetic qualities in each of us. You need both the masculine and the feminine qualities to bring any new creation into being, just like in the creation of a new life. As a society we culturally worship the masculine. In school and work, we are taught mainly to speak the language of the masculine–i.e., structure, hard work, analysis,…

If you want to make things happen faster in your external reality, get more sleep. If you want to embody the light of your highest consciousness and be a force of positive change in the world, get more sleep. If you want to attract the right relationships, opportunities, partners and clients into your life, get more sleep. In this episode I talk all about this simple tool to make the life of yours and everyone…

Last week I got this email from a reader, who, like me, is an empath. Here’s what she said: “For a long time now I’ve been trying to find out where I belong as a future social worker. The more I experience the dysfunctions of the world the more wisdom I gain. But it affects me so deeply because I’m an empath. I’m determined to do the work because I love people. All I…

(This article is originally published on Entrepreneur.com) Last night in the shower, you had an ingenious idea for a new business. You rushed to the desk to write it down, with water still dripping down your back. Your [insert the brilliant thing] is going to change the universe! It’s time to call up investors, assemble a team and . . . stop! Stop right there! Before plunging into execution, you should confirm you’re solving a problem…

I got an email the other day from a friend who is a talented writer. She felt discouraged that other people’s work gets attention and praise but not hers. “I’ve worked a long time on my craft,” she said. “But still I don’t know if I’m any good at this. Sometimes I feel it is all hopeless.” I totally sympathize. I’ve been there before. And it got me thinking: why is pursuing our dreams so…

When it comes to the secret of success, a common mistake we all make is to confuse correlation with causation. Leaders sit at the table. But that doesn’t mean sitting at the table makes you a leader. The average self-help book prescribes a set of behavioral rules for you to follow. The unspoken (and false) assumption is that since those behaviors all correlate with success, if you act the same, you’d be successful, too. This…