When Eve and Adam ate of the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden their eyes were opened and their innocence, lost. So the story goes knowledge was granted at…
I sit down this morning to write out my thoughts, thoughts I have been contemplating for the last 2 years of my life. I have debated on the ethical ramifications of sharing this knowledge freely as I feel in the wrong hands this could be a tool for only the worst of intentions.
The ability to adapt is one of our greatest tools as humans. We can’t find a fork, so we use a spoon. Finding the time to read books can get difficult as we get older, so we switch to listening to audio books. We lack the physical intimacy we crave from a partner, so we turn to masturbation.
But how do we build sexual intimacy?
What if achieving success was more about setting up good habits and less about choosing the right goals? I went for a walk the other morning at the local park….
Last night I was beyond frustrated; once again another blog post unfinished. I remember closing my laptop, putting it to the side of my coffee table in dismay, and massaging…
Okay, let me start off by saying that I’m coining the term “connection priming” not because I’m a hipster, well maybe a little bit because of that, but because I believe that combination of words adequately describes a repeatable process I use in my every day life.
And, here’s how you can use it yourself…
Some habits are good while others are, by our own definition, bad. So, if habits are not set in stone, can we not change our behavior to better our lives, the quality of our experiences, and the way we show up in the world?
I would like to think that the answer is yes, and here’s why!
Labels are a very human creation. In a complex world ambiguity behind ideas during interactions between individuals are sure to create confusion, loss of interest, and, in extreme situations, conflict. So, let us not attack the idea of labels, but rather the importance of preventing self limitations due to labels we put upon ourselves.
“Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present.” Jim Rohn We all view success differently. For some it means having lots…
The beauty of the micro moment is it is quick, fast, and fleeting. It doesn’t ask anything of the other person; it is simply a one sentence statement directed at them. A micro moment can be a smile, a wink, the quick squeeze of a hand, or a shared moment of eye contact. And these small shared moments can, in a lot of ways, mean more than the largest of gestures.
Sometimes we over complicate things. How do I meet new people? Be intrusive. Everyone has the idea of what they want to do in their day, their routine; I want you to be the unknown variable in their day. Everyone seems to want someone interesting to bust into their day, but few actually do the busting. I want you to be a routine-busting-conversation-starting-badass.