Johnny Storm (Human Torch) has it easy… Unfortunately for us, it can often take more than simply saying two words to reignite our passion for life.
Of all the things that clients seek me out for, the most upsetting and common one by far is an absence of life passion. ‘I’ve lost my passion; I want to find it again’, ‘I used to know how to be happy and somehow I lost sight of it’. (It reminds me …Read On
I really get it. You don’t want to be a zombie at work.
It’s a bust for you, and it’s generally not the best way to score points with your boss. And I know, our modern lifestyle often looks insane–working extreme hours, crashing late every night, under-slept, under-hydrated, quick meal breaks that consist more of “proprietary processed ingredients” than actual whole foods.
I’m not gonna lie–in those moments of exhaustion, it’s f’ing tough to resist the urge to reach …Read On
Sometimes a Superhero is born from the depths of loss, grief, depression and even suicide. Sometimes, it takes going to rock bottom to find your deepest purpose for living. And so it is with the towering figure of Buckminster Fuller.
Bucky, as he liked to be called, is an amazing story of tragedy and triumph. Seriously, when I learned about the twists and turns of this man’s life, I felt humbled and awed by who this man decided to become, …Read On
Superheroes that wish to make a real difference must train themselves in peak energy, resilience and performance. Such energy comes from an ability to generate, maintain and magnify one’s biophysical resources. One of the most important skills for this is breath and energy control, which the yogis called ‘Pranayama’.
Pranayama is considered by yogis to be the path to immortality (amrita), as it gradually leads you back to the energetic source of all life, or ‘prana’. Being in healthy contact …Read On
Fellow Hero, I bring you a simple and short yoga sequence that is dear to my heart (and neck). As I spend solid amounts of time sitting in front of a computer, I have been forced to discover stretching and strengthening sequences that skillfully release upper back, shoulder and neck pain.
Though I am outdoors in this video, the sequence is structured such that you can do almost all of it in a chair in front of your desk. As …Read On