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Step Into Your Purpose-Filled Life

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“It’s not an accident that musicians become musicians and engineers become engineers: it’s what they’re born to do. If you can tune into your purpose and really align with it, setting goals so that your vision is an expression of that purpose, then life flows much more easily.” – Jack Canfield  Aloha, Many of us […]

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Ghosts of New Years Past, Present and Future.

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Aloha, Have you ever heard of the Ghost of New Years Past? Me neither. But I think Dickens’ old story, A Christmas Carol, is a good analogy of how too many of us run our lives: We remember who we’ve been in the past, act it out again in the present, then project it into […]

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Do It Again. And Again.

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  A baseball swing is a very finely tuned instrument. It is repetition, and more repetition, then a little more after that. Reggie Jackson Aloha, In a previous post, I addressed the question I get asked periodically by my NLP and Huna students: “I was doing so well but now I feel stuck. What am I doing […]

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I’m Just That Kind of Guy

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Happy New Year! Many of us use this time of year to evaluate last year and to set up new intentions and goals for the months ahead. For some of us, it’s an invigorating process. We’re excited about the progress we’ve made and the new heights we’re preparing to climb. But for others, it can […]

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New Year. New Goals.

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Aloha, Happy New Year! I don’t know about you, but I’m SO ready for 2015. There are so many great things already unfolding in this year, I can’t help but be excited. One of the things I love to do at the start of a new year is to sit down and get really clear on […]

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Trust and Listen to the Universe

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Aloha, Do you realize that you get everything that you ask for from the universe? You do 100% specifically get every single thing that you ask for. My guess is that you miss opportunities all the time because of a lack of two specific things. First let me be clear, I’m not claiming I have […]

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Why You Aren’t Who You’re Supposed to Be

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Aloha, Over the years, I’ve run into students who are frustrated. No matter how hard they try, how many processes they do, how many goals they set, how many barriers they overcome, they just can’t seem to create the life they think they should have. In my recent Huffinton Post article, I address “Why You […]

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Emotional Openness VS. Rationality and Logic: – A CEO’s Perspective

Emotional Openness vs. Rationality and Logic: – A CEO’s Perspective

Aloha, Do you know what the best advice is to new CEO’s? According to Eric Schmidt, the Chairman and CEO of Google, his best advice to new CEO’s is to “have a coach.” Check out this blog I just read on Psychology Today. It’s a well-research article that details why CEO’s need coaching. Whether you’re […]

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Be 33% More Successful at Acheiving Your Goals – A REAL Study

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Aloha, I read some research on goal setting that I just had to share with you. If you’ve been in the personal growth & development field of a while now, you might have heard about the “1953 Yale Study of Goals.” This study supposedly states that writing down goals makes you more likely to achieve […]

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Get Rid of Procrastination Once and for All

Get Rid of Procrastination Once and for All

Aloha, I wrote a Huffington Post blog this week on how to stop procrastinating. Just in case you’re one of those people who doesn’t participate in the universal sport of procrastination, let me define it for you: • to put off intentionally and habitually • to put off doing something that should be done • […]