Four Phrases to a Better Relationship
January 15, 2020

Four Phrases to a Better Relationship

Hoʻoponopono (ho-OP-o-no-PO-no) is a Hawaiian practice of forgiveness and reconciliation that uses four simple phrases to improve the quality of our relationships. Adding these phrases to your relationship vocabulary and mindset will create a foundation for strong, healthy, respectful interactions. These four little sentences have a lot of power to alter the course of a disagreement. They can also [...]

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2020 = Year of the Algorithm
January 9, 2020

2020 = Year of the Algorithm

Algorithms are the #1 most important concept in our world today that are wildly underutilized; two simple words that can exponentially enhance your day-to-day operations: If, Then. If I wake up and it’s a weekday, then I go to the gym before work. If it’s 5:30pm, then work + digital devices are shut off and [...]

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How the “Immediate Gratification” Culture is Sabotaging Our Wellness Goals – And Three Ways to Fix It
January 8, 2020

How the “Immediate Gratification” Culture is Sabotaging Our Wellness Goals – And Three Ways to Fix It

Uber, Lyft, Grubhub, Amazon Prime, Netflix, social media and many more… All of these insanely successful companies all have one thing in common – convenience. In today’s day and age, convenience is a necessity and people will pay top dollar to have it. Where everything is literally available to you at the press of a button, [...]

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Choosing Themes, Not Resolutions
December 26, 2019

Choosing Themes, Not Resolutions

A fresh New Year often brings hope and desire for positive change and a more satisfying life. As is the norm in our culture, many people turn to making New Year’s resolutions. What better way to start a brand new year than to resolve to do things differently. Right? Well, maybe not. I stopped using [...]

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Adding “No” to Your Holiday Vocabulary
December 25, 2019

Adding “No” to Your Holiday Vocabulary

While the holidays can bring joy, they can also bring stress. Financial stress – Can I afford to buy all these gifts? Emotional stress – I wish I didn’t have to go to all of these get-togethers. Physical stress – I can’t believe I ate all of those cookies! There is a lot of information [...]

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Who’s in Charge? You or your Smartphone?
October 24, 2019

Who’s in Charge? You or your Smartphone?

We love our tech devices, and why not? They provide the ability to stay in touch with family and friends, work remotely, read emails, listen to podcasts, check social media, Twitter, or Snapchat, make purchases, Google information, take pictures – all good things… to a point. Recently I’ve noticed an abundance of articles and research […]

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