One Day, One Day, One Day

Lately I’ve had a lot of aggravation in my heart.

There seems to be so much turbulence and violence, both verbal and physical, in the world. On top of that, because of the brain’s negativity bias, we’re automatically drawn to stories of fear, anger, and...


Play & Building Your Anti-Depressant Brain

For years I've been studying what makes people happier and more resilient. I've looked at my own life, I’ve analyzed the experiences shared by clients and students, and I’ve studied the research from a psychological and neuroscience perspective. What the research points to, and...


Be 10% Kinder

British author Aldous Huxley, most famous for his dystopian novel Brave New World, spent his life digging into the world’s problems and through that experience inevitably became quite a spiritual man. It seems to be more common than not that people find the life’s greatest lessons...


Practice the Change You Wish to See in the World

Life is a practice, and what you choose to practice is what makes up your character. It's worth considering what you value in life, and then making an intention and plan to live alongside those values. Ghandi's wise words can inspire us to: "Be the change that you wish to see in the world."

Consider how simple it really is:
If you want to be more grateful in life, practice being grateful.

If you want...

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