Once upon a time there was a young man who lived in the state of Maine, on the East coast of the Americas. But really, he lived in a chronic state of okay-ness with an underlying feeling of boredom and anxiety.
In recent weeks, a surprising number of my coaching clients have brought the same theme to their sessions: “I’m PISSED OFF!”
Two years ago, I found myself in the middle of an extremely challenging time. My spirit’s desire to learn and grow can be so strong at times that I tend to bring up “growth opportunities” that match that intensity. And this usually means, “Francois (and my poor wife Christi) buckle up!”
Last year, I decided to take up mountain biking. My default modus operandi is to play full out, so I picked challenging terrains and went fast right from the start.
When I graduated with an international business degree in 1995, I found myself deeply unsatisfied with the prospects that life was presenting to me.
This morning after realizing that she wanted to ‘consistently experience Joy’ in her life, one of my clients asked me, “But isn’t it selfish considering…
Regardless whether you presently have a Valentine or not, I’d like to invite you to receive all of the Love that is in your own generous Heart! Take a moment now to connect with and FEEL your enormous capacity to love…
On January first of last year, Christi and I were invited to a party down in Half Moon Bay. It was a lovely group of people, and we all decided to take a stroll down to the beach to watch the sunset. Before leaving the house, I grabbed a generous piece of brownie.
We call chaos, experiences or events that we can’t track, understand or make sense of. Our response to chaos is commonly that of “reaction” – a non consciously chosen action. We experience ourselves at effect of the world when we “react” to our environment.
I celebrated my 38th birthday in March earlier this year. My wife took me out for ice cream, and dared me to play a game, which ended up in a shocking discovery and months of inquiry.