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Head Spinning. Heart Wide-Open

Monday. September 15th. Head spinning, heart wide-open. I. Am. Lit-up…and exhausted (in a great way)! Three weeks ago, 250 makers, entrepreneurs, artists, moms, dads, therapists, consultants, musicians, trainers, tradespeople, designers, doctors, managers and all form of world-shakers dropped into a 130-acre playground in the woods for 3 ½ days of magic. Yes, the first annual […]

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Walking The Edge

I’m rarely at a loss for words. Today, I’m struggling. A few months back, I recorded a conversation with an old friend, Erin Moon. Someone I’ve known for a decade, but we’d drifted over the years. She lived through an unbearable loss a few years after we fell out touch and I wasn’t really sure […]

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18 Ways to Kickstart Your Revolution

What if instead of fighting to build a traditional career, business or brand, you could tap the power of movements and revolutions to launch and build a fast-paced engine of growth and impact?    Imagine what it would be like to put your work, art, ideas, heart and soul into the world and have them touch off a […]

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Break It Anyway

I just did something a lot of people think is nuts…   Over the last 2 ½ years, I’ve built a global audience around a broadcast-quality web-show—Good Life Project TV. With 122 episodes aired, it’s been viewed more than 2 million times by some 27,000 subscribers and hundreds of thousands of viewers in over 150 countries. […]

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Big Lie #2: I’m Not Smart Enough

Today, I’m sharing part two in my 7 part series entitled “The 7 Lies That Keep Us From Success.” Check out the first big lie here. Now, on to the second big lie that holds us back in art, business and life… I’m not smart enough. There are a million smarter, more qualified and credentialed people […]

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The 7 Lies That Keep Us From Success

It’s not the box society puts us in that limits who we become, it’s the box we put ourselves in.   We are the primary authors of the thoughts, words and limitations that tend to do the most damage to our potential. It’s the stories we tell ourselves. The lies that stop us from taking […]

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The Myth of Working For “Free”

After years of paying to wear your favorite shoes, they’re now paying you to be seen in them. After years of speaking for free and paying to travel, they’re now paying you to speak. After years of ordering your favorite drink, they’re now paying you to drink it. After years of buying your favorite jewels, […]

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Finding Your Voice

Early last year, I interviewed San Francisco illustrator and super-cool human, Lisa Congdon. I loved her work and her energy and we became friends. It’s one of the great benefits of that living breathing engine of connection called Good Life Project. One of the things we geeked out on was the business of art. Yes, […]

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Fiercely Being

I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about what I’m building. And I’ve asked a lot of people what they’re building. Or becoming.   And I’m starting to think it’s not the best question. Increasingly, I’m less drawn by that metric. Not that I don’t want to create a meaningful legacy, I do. But I’m […]

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i am willing

I’m a bit fascinated and baffled by the disconnect between desire and action. We all seem to be clamoring for a better world, better life, better health, better relationships, better everything, but so few are willing to do the work. To not only endure, but invite the effort needed to fuel change. So, a few […]

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