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 [...]
Once in a while, I get snarky comments on Life Coaches Blog. Now, criticism can be a good thing when they help me clarify my thoughts and see things from a different perspective. But I’m talking about comments that do nothing but attack what you write without offering anything of value. To these people I [...]
Thinking about thewhitespace’s comment on my last post about black and white thinking, I’ve realized that there’s a fine distinction between simplicity and making things way too simple. The simplicity I’m aiming for isn’t the black and white simplicity before thought, i.e. ignorance, but the simplicity that comes after the far side of complexity, i.e. [...]
“We are Grey. We stand between the darkness and the light.” Delenn, Babylon 5 We like to make meaning out of things – in fact, we can’t avoid doing it. When we write, we write facts, bullet points, objective statements. But when we remember our past and imagine our future, we don’t think in bullet [...]
As of today, you’ll notice that there are zero ads on Life Coaches Blog; making it now a zero revenue site. It’s a decision I’ve made because of some terms in my new contract at work, but outside of an even cleaner look, it won’t affect the content any.
“This one is hard for me. I love participating. I love being part of things. But I have found that I have to say no to things a lot more often, so that I donâ€™t accidentally set myself up to let others down.” Chris Brogan talks about scaling himself as he tackles the challenge of [...]
Nothing personal development-related here, but I wanted to give a shout-out to the brilliant design team behind the new Life Coaches Blog. Premium News was the original site where I bought my present theme, and it’s now evolved into the newly minted WooThemes. I love their designs and they have a good after-service help forum [...]