Become Unstuck With This 10 Minute Daily Practice

Something bothers you, but you aren’t sure how to fix it, so you feel stuck. Start writing down ideas. Ten per day, exactly. They can be ideas on anything. It doesn’t matter what. The daily practice comes from James Altucher and it, along with his books & podcasts, have changed my life. They’re not allContinue reading “Become Unstuck With This 10 Minute Daily Practice”

How To Become Powerful

Something was eating away at me every day, but I told myself I would rather die than talk about it. It took strength to conceal my feelings for ten years. Except, that strength almost killed me, because the path I chose was doomed. I could not see how to change course. I could not see that it wouldContinue reading “How To Become Powerful”

How To Create Your Dream Job

There’s something that you can do in a way that nobody else can. It might take some time to craft that skill; to develop it & become recognized as an authority. The place to start is by doing something that helps someone else. Do it for free if you have to at first. Get 2Continue reading “How To Create Your Dream Job”

How To Get People To Pay You

The reason that relentlessly giving away your knowledge for free now, will eventually earn you money later, is because you are constantly adding value. When you add value to anything – other people, other businesses, your friends or family – that doesn’t go unnoticed. Sometimes it might be ignored, but, if you’re relentless, it won’tContinue reading “How To Get People To Pay You”

Fear Of Freedom

I grew up as the fourth generation member of a family business, but my family hoped I would do … anything different. I had no idea what I wanted to do. Many of my peers were the same way; not sure what we would become. Why? I think perhaps one element is that we, orContinue reading “Fear Of Freedom”

Why Write About Depression Every Day?

It’s a way to say ‘thank you.’ It’s no big deal actually. Writing down ten things that you are thankful for each day is a simple practice we should all undertake. Although I know that, I don’t actually write the list every day. Maybe my list is this blog, or, at least, one of theContinue reading “Why Write About Depression Every Day?”

Remember This: We Might Not Remember.

From 1994 to 2004, my life was increasingly blurry. Memories fade for all of us, but, for people under depression, they often don’t exist. It’s one of the reasons I can barely recall anyone’s names who I went to college with, outside of my close circle of friends. When we get together, they’ll tell stories.Continue reading “Remember This: We Might Not Remember.”

How To Break The ‘Mom’ Barrier

I would be lying to you if I said that I never wondered when more people than just my mom would read my blog. OK so, I do have a few more readers than that, but the numbers don’t matter. If you’ve ever thought it was time to quit writing because months have gone by,Continue reading “How To Break The ‘Mom’ Barrier”