I Can, But I Won’t: The Power of Words Which Take Ownership

June 21, 2016

From “I can’t” to “I won’t” — a subtle but important shift in words which both reminds us that we are not victims and that we alone are responsible for our happiness.

Marshall Goldsmith and the power of daily questions

May 16, 2016

Of all of the “happiness hacks” I’ve experimented with or read about, this may be two of the most powerful minutes I spend each day.

The LPR Cure: Everything I’ve Learned

April 19, 2016

A year ago, I was diagnosed with LPR, but I became frustrated with a lack of clear answers. Here’s everything I’ve learned since then about reversing this disease.

Journal your way to happiness, in five minutes or less

January 25, 2016

Spend a couple of minutes per day on this fun exercise in gratitude.

It’s so cliche, but they really do grow up too fast

January 18, 2016

As a good friend says of parenting, “the days are long, but the years are short”.

Here’s why you should read more, and how

January 11, 2016

The simplest and most affordable way to connect with an expert who has solved your problem: read their book.

The view from 100,000 miles

December 19, 2015

Talk of perspective is almost cliche, yet it remains a powerful way to rethink our problems.

To resist and cling

December 14, 2015

Two words which are responsible for the majority of our suffering.

Attack of the Black Swan

December 5, 2015

On the dangers of learning via experience and observation.

A great question, by Peter Thiel

December 3, 2015

“What important truth do very few people agree with you on?”