Inspiration is a powerful force that can drive us to achieve great things. But for many of us, finding inspiration can feel like a mystery that seems to elude us. In a world filled with distractions and competing priorities, it can be hard to tap into that inner spark that propels us forward.A research article published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience provides some insight into the science of inspiration. The article suggests that inspiration is linked to increased...Read More »
SPRING A new season. A new vision. A new start. What do you want to change? What result do you want to produce? Might be another zero on your bank balance Might be more appreciation for what you do Might be a new love for your body Might be someone to lay down beside you Might just be a deeper relaxation inside your own skin Choose one. And come get the system that will help you navigate the gap between where you are today and this seemingly-distant goal in your heart....Read More »
Four Common Denominators of the Innovator’s Attitude #3: To Be Disruptive, Steer by your Inner Compass.
The only way to create something that has never been done before is to think what people have never thought before; creating new solutions requires you to see old problems in new ways. But to see what no one else can see is a lonely place to be. So you need an inner compass – a connection to something deeper or higher, a knowing so strong that when the 141st person has rejected your idea you have the will to keep going. Steering by your inner compass. Companionship is a...Read More »
The most successful people in the world – the Elon Musks, the Richard Bransons, the Warren Buffetts – see every problem as an innovation in disguise. They seem to instinctively know how to turn problems into opportunities and opportunities into breakthroughs. So what do they do with failure? Life is change. And innovation is the creative response to change. Getting from how-things-are to how-things-could-be is all about attitude. How do you cultivate the innovator’s...Read More »
Ignite your imagination. Part two of my four-part series about the Morning Practice, and 10 elements to start your engines for a productive and creative day. I described in my last post the four integrated systems (mind, spirit, heart and body) of every human being and compared them to the systems of a car. While you can get away with periodic maintenance of your car, maintaining yourself is a daily job. Your morning practice is breakfast for the rest of you. In fact, these...Read More »