By which my friend Eleutherios assures me is the Kabbalistic (and poetic) equivalent of Steve Pavlina’s three principles of personal growth; truth (wisdom), love (beauty) and power (strength). This post has been a long time in coming, and in it I’ll explain why in order for me to move towards truth, love and power, I’ve [...]
In Part 1 I talked about the principle that makes the difference in the quality of communication: seek first to understand, then seek to be understood. In Part 2 I revealed why knowing the principl alone isn’t enough, and the 3 distinct ways you need to know how the prinicple works, and how each area [...]
Hahaha I love this cartoon from Edward Monkton: Found via Tripp’s blog; Life’s (still) too exciting to be bored. Thanks!
This is a special sidenote for NLP practitioners, but if you’re not one, keep out! Out I say! Are you sure you’re one? Still sure? Ok I want to say something especially for beginning NLP practitioners, a lot of whom I know are visiting from the Akltg programs which I help coach (hi guys!). Way [...]
In Empathy Before Solutions Part 1, I revealed the principle that helped me realize what I was doing wrong to piss people off, and helped me gain rapport and coach more effectively. In Part 2, I’m going to focus on what goes wrong when people good-naturedly offer solutions and suggestions to people but somehow the [...]
From my friend Charlene, about The Hero’s Journey mini e-book: i enjoyed reading your mini book man. Makes me feel that i should start doing something! For the record, I shall embark on a journey of my own, with your book as my first mentor. Please sign me up for the next edition too. Keep [...]
Fred Gratzon from The Lazy Way to Success has a post that wonderfully defines the purpose of life, the meaning of money and the definition of true success. A purpose in life (or calling) has to be evolutionary. Otherwise, whatâ€™s the point? Through your calling, you make a contribution to yourself, your society and your [...]