Tag: freedom

Where You’re Going Has No Roadmap

Where You’re Going Has No Roadmap

Most humans are a product of their lineages. Whether you receive the gifts and limitations of their lineage through “nature” or “nurture”, the pack of scripts (human softwares) that get passed down from generation to generation has a huge influence on who you think you are. For many, many people that actually define who they are and how they behave… Read more →

Making Peace with Shame

Making Peace with Shame

Shame is one of the most powerful programming that run on the human operating system. It’s powerful partly because we impulsively want to run away from it, and what you avoid inevitably holds power over you. It’s also powerful because unlike other so called negative emotions, such as fear, sadness, and anger, the target of shame is almost always the… Read more →

You’re the Creator. But What the Heck Does That Mean?

You’re the Creator. But What the Heck Does That Mean?

Last week I spent a few days in California with an amazing group of women entrepreneurs, who were kicking ass and doing cool things in the world. I had to leave the group early on Wednesday afternoon, to catch a plane to another event that would be happening in Chicago the next day. But once I got to the airport… Read more →

are you afraid of freedom?

Are You Afraid of Freedom?

Many claim they want more freedom. But few are actually able to handle real freedom. The truth is whatever constraints and limitations we have in life also provide security, predictability and comfort. Most people would rather have that…than freedom. Though it may seem otherwise, what’s really stopping you from having more freedom is not external constraints. But rather, internal alignment.… Read more →

How to Make People Understand “the Real You”

Do you feel like others don’t understand you? Are you frustrated for not being seen? Welcome to the club. We all long to be seen, and feel bad when it doesn’t happen. Do you know why they don’t see you? It’s simple. You’re HIDING. It’s not them. It’s you. Before you say, “But…”, watch the video. I’ll explain what I mean, and… Read more →