Monthly Archives: July 2008


Finding Bliss: How to Reverse Engineer Happiness

The amount of time we spend seeking happiness in the future is mind boggling. We spend exorbitant volumes of time doing things that will supposedly make us happy at some future date. We educate ourselves to attain a better career. … Continue reading

Decision Making

3 Strategies for Radically Better Decision Making

If you think about it, your decisions are the only things you are truly accountable for in your life. Everything you say or do is a result of a decision you have made. In order to improve the quality and … Continue reading


How to Build Self-Discipline

If you struggle with self-discipline, the good news is that it can be developed Continue reading

ups and downs

How to Stay Motivated Without Wax & Wane

“Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm” – Ralph Waldo Emerson We all know that true motivation stems from being passionate about what you’re doing. But there will still be times when your motivation will wax and wane. If there … Continue reading

A Year of Change

Free E-Book: A Year of Change

To grab yourself a copy of this free e-book, you simply need to sign up to my monthly newsletter, The Change Blog Newsletter. Continue reading

Limited Thinking

Stinking Thinking: Do These 8 Patterns of Limited Thinking Apply to You?

“Whatever your mind can conceive and believe it can achieve.” – Napoleon Hill The way you think has the ability to turn your deepest desires into reality or, alternatively, keep you chained to mediocrity. This article looks at eight patterns … Continue reading