After a certain age, many of us accept the responsibility (and the necessity) of regular physical check-ups. We are also willing to review our financial situation with some level of consistency.*

So if money, medicine and meaning are all essential to a purpose filled life, we might be wise to take the lead from the financial and medical worlds and adopt the practice of a regular legacy check-up – to ensure our higher purpose remains on track.  »

7 Ways To Simplify

I am a strong believer that we all tend to overcomplicate things. From the project you are managing at work to what you’re cooking tonight. I bet your life could do with a bit of simplification right? Life is messy and sometimes overwhelming but the one factor you can control is you. In my practice […]

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What’s Your Motive?

What’s Your Motive? Two women were approached and asked to contribute to a worthwhile building project. An initiative that was intended to provide shelter for homeless women. One woman was wealthy and gave $10,000. She had been looking for a tax write-off, and when she learned that her name and business would be broadcast in […]

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Gnothi Seauton–Know Thyself

The words Gnothi Seauton–Know Thyself were once inscribed above the entrance to the temple of Apollo at Delphi. History tells us that people would visit the Oracle eager to discover what destiny had in store for them or what course of action to take in a particular situation. But it’s more than likely that the […]

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Why you should get out of your own way and accept failure.

Failure in our society is seen as a devastating event. The end of the world. The unspeakable truth. An immovable psychic monolith. But the reality is, if you’re not failing. You’re not winning either. You are stuck in the land of mediocrity with an expired excellence stamp in your passport. It’s time for a quick […]

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