On this week's episode of my podcast, Bring Your Whole Self to Work, I spoke with my friend Eric Severson. Eric has been
What does Bring Your Whole Self to Work Mean to Chip The good news about the company name that no one could pronounce was
It's unrealistic to expect that you can create a life that is 100% happy moments. Chasing a problem-free life actually makes you unhappy because every bump in the road is viewed as evidence of failure. A better goal is to increase your happiness by 20%. Here are three ways to do it:
In this video, I talk a bit about some of my challenges with letting go, as well as what we can do to let go of not just things, but thoughts, behaviors, and beliefs that may be holding us back...thus creating space for new things (as well as thoughts, behaviors, beliefs, and more) to emerge.
This video blog post is inspired by an interview with Elizabeth Gilbert and my friend Jonathan Fields on his podcast The
When we remember how strong we are, not only can it help us as we face challenges or adversity in the moment, it can give us much needed confidence and faith that we actually have what it takes to navigate this crazy and beautiful thing called life.
What we often fail to see is that it is easy to second guess someone else (or ourselves) when failure happens. For example, if Russell Wilson had completed that pass, many people would have thought Pete Carroll and his offensive coordinator were geniuses.
Even if you didn't and you don't know or care that much about baseball or sports, there are a number of things that made this World Series remarkable and also some important things we can learn from it that go way beyond baseball and sports in general.
I've had a number of experiences in the past few months which have both inspired me and challenged me to think big (and also to look at the ways in which I don't).
This past weekend, while we were away for the 4th of July holiday, I had a profound realization of how addicted I've become