Book Of The Week: Be You

How many of you feel like you are living your life completely authentic?  What I mean by that is, do you speak up for yourself, are proud of yourself when you do a good job, and do things for the love of doing it? How often do you do these things regardless of what othersContinue reading “Book Of The Week: Be You”

Book Of The Week: Detox Your Thoughts

Let’s call BS on all the positive thinking hype these days.  Can we really stop negative thoughts and manifest what we want by only thinking positively? Do most of us need to fix our flaws? One of the reasons why I love Dr. Andrea Bonior’s book “Detox Your Thoughts,” is because she gently reminds usContinue reading “Book Of The Week: Detox Your Thoughts”

Book Of The Week: Near Death Lessons

Do you need a reason to keep going?  Let me introduce you to Chris Jankulovski.  Although I don’t know Chris personally, his book “Near Death Lessons” has lit a fire under me to keep going in the face of adversity and to thrive in life. At 19, Chris Jankulovski was diagnosed with a hereditary conditionContinue reading “Book Of The Week: Near Death Lessons”

Book Of The Week: Advice Not Given

We all want to do and be better, but we don’t always know how to get there. Mark Epstein, M.D. is a psychiatrist with Buddhist teachings. His insight perfectly intertwines Buddhism and psychotherapy. Among several books that he has written, “Advice Not Given: A Guide To Getting Over Yourself” discusses some of the advice thatContinue reading “Book Of The Week: Advice Not Given”

Book Of The Week: Ten Truths: A Profound Realization of Life

  It’s always refreshing to read a book written by an author who is transparent about their vulnerabilities and struggles in life. Not only does it make the book more relatable, but I find more value in the nuggets of wisdom presented by the author.  “Ten Truths: A Profound Realization of Life,”  written by StevenContinue reading “Book Of The Week: Ten Truths: A Profound Realization of Life”

Book Of The Week: Emotional Intelligence

Do you ever feel like you can’t control your emotions?  Do you feel like emotional intelligence is a natural ability that some people have, and others don’t? If you answered yes, to either of the questions above, you’re not alone.  Before I read Dr. David Walton’s book “Emotional Intelligence,“ increasing my emotional intelligence seemed toContinue reading “Book Of The Week: Emotional Intelligence”

Book Of The Week: Healing Ancestral Karma

How often do you think about your ancestors? If it isn’t very often, don’t worry, you’re not alone.  Many of us have forgotten our ancestors and are more focused on ourselves as individuals. While there’s nothing wrong with being an individual, it’s important to remember our inherited characteristics and how they affect our lives. IContinue reading “Book Of The Week: Healing Ancestral Karma”

The Five Secret Truths

  Alex Mathers has written a tiny (and free!) book that I’m excited to share with you all. The book’s title is “The Five Secret Truths,” and it’s all about overcoming your fears and building confidence.  What Are The Secrets? To start, we are all connected via endless energy.  The concepts of energy, frequency, andContinue reading “The Five Secret Truths”

The Psychology Of Money

  Money is not a perfect science.  Much of what we believe about money has been conditioned from a very early age. As Morgan Housel explains in “The Psychology Of Money,” much of our financial success depends on how our emotions and beliefs impact our choices. Here are a few key points that I hopeContinue reading “The Psychology Of Money”

Go For The Big

Do you ever feel like you are playing life small and not giving yourself enough credit for your greatness? Stop that. You are not on this planet at this moment to hide from the world.  It took me a long time to learn that lesson.  In his book “Go For The Big,” Michael Botts showsContinue reading “Go For The Big”