Connection Is about Presence

Trying to impress others with what you do, who you know or how much you have is laborious, unsatisfying and ultimately counterproductive. People who care about superficialities aren’t real friends. Friendship and human connection are based on energy. Chasing...

Believe in Yourself First

We all modify our behavior to accommodate whoever we’re dealing with. But if we’re insecure and unsure of ourselves, others hear that message loud and clear and respond accordingly. Alternatively, if we treat ourselves with love, respect and dignity,...

The Rescuer Complex

Basing our self-worth on our ability to rescue others might seem noble, but upon deeper reflection we see it necessitates someone else being weak so that we can feel good. This unhealthy dynamic doesn’t help them, in fact, it takes their power away. The reason...

Freedom and Self-Acceptance

Freedom and self-acceptance are the natural outcome of living in authentic alignment with your own values. Feeling the need to pretend, manipulate or control others comes from the fear that you won’t be able to get what you want or keep what you have if...

Healthy, Happy and Wise

Do you believe you deserve to be healthy (mentally and physically), wealthy (in all ways) and wise? If you are those things now, it’s probably because you believe you deserve it. If any of these elude you, it might be because you have an unconscious belief that...

Worthy without Comparison

Comparing yourself with others is a high-risk, low return proposition. If you learn about excellence from others, it can help you understand what’s possible. But, building up your ego by comparing yourself favorably with others, will eventually make you feel...