“Some say he hydrates by licking the moisture off the backs of ducks and that he sleeps inside out to replenish his epidermis. Rumor has it that he meditates more peacefully when he’s at least 100 yards from any Chrysler product and gets his fiber by eating the corks from used bourbon barrels. But for … Continue reading Wouldn’t it be Great if We All Introduced Ourselves as if We’re The Stig
I’m not the best yoga “instructor”. There. I said it. And you knew that. I can lead a good hatha class, but I’m not an asana expert. Those instructors who can take us though a flawless flow are amazing at what they do and I love it. Vinyasa baby! But … that was never … Continue reading Is That Yoga, or Just a Pose? And What Happens When a Monk Loses His Sh*t?
Remember when we drilled holes in a person’s skull to release demons? Or when we used to rip out parts of people’s brains in order to bring them back to sanity? Seems legit, right? How about bloodletting; you know, because having a fever meant we had too much blood in our, uh … blood supply. … Continue reading A Cult of Personality Tests
Have you ever walked into a bar or restaurant, a health club, a car dealership, a party, or a store and immediately wanted to leave? Before our brain has a chance to process the situation, our intuition has taken control of our body, turned it around, and moved it back outside. As we walk further … Continue reading Creating a Human Experience and the Genius of John Wanamaker
Let go of perfect. If you want to love, let go of perfect. If you want to make something, achieve something, be something, let go of perfect. Happiness? Success? Oh … let go of perfect. It’s a hiding place, providing a false sense of security. Perfect is the avoidance of failure, and an excuse for … Continue reading Let Go of Perfect