Posted on April 9, 2018
Check out my latest podcast! Own Your Time-7 Things YOu Can Do to Put More Time In Your Day We all want more time to do things. Fact is, you don’t need more time, you need to use the time your have more efficiently. In this episode, Michael reveals the seven tips he has been using to successfully Own Time and put more time in his day.
Posted on September 21, 2017
–How many times have you wished you could be more resilient when faced with a personal challenge, crisis, or accident? Are you the type of person who harbors residual negative feelings and emotions well after such events have passed? Your time, energy, health, emotional capital, and day to day successes are highly impacted by your capacity to let go of adversity. In fact, if you do not let go, the residual emotional toxicity you retain will contaminate your life. The good news is letting go is something you control. Resilience: the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties; toughness. In my bestselling book, Zero Adversity: 3 Practical Steps to Freedom, Fulfillment, and Creating an Authentic Life, I outline nine different concepts you can apply to strengthen your ability to let go of unfortunate, misfortunate and challenging events and circumstances. When faced with such events, I have trained myself to respond with…..
Posted on April 27, 2017
Prosperity is a state of being. It is not something you buy or accumulate. It is something you are. When you are prosperous, you know there is more than enough of everything: money, love, ability, happiness, intimacy, etc. For most people, the challenge with prosperity thinking or prosperity consciousness is believing there is more than enough of everything when their physical reality reflects otherwise. When you think and believe you do not, and never will have enough you have succumbed to scarcity thinking, also referred to as poverty consciousness. A scarcity mindset can be a dark, lonely, and outright scary place, where you feel as is if you are fighting and struggling. Attempting to stay afloat or get ahead of a virtual economic tsunami. It’s a place where fear, anxiety, or stress dominates. As someone who has lived 32 years of his life without a guaranteed paycheck each and every…..
Posted on November 29, 2016
The most valuable personal resources you have are time, energy, and freedom. That said, are you aware of how your daily engagement with personal social media affects these resources? In this video, Michael suggests that you examine your daily interactions with personal social media to determine whether they are generating hidden adversity–negative feelings and emotions, like anger, anxiety, frustration, resentment, etc. Hidden adversity robs you of your time, energy, and freedom—resources required to develop one-on-one relational connections.
Posted on November 15, 2016
Freedom is free, we’ve just forgotten that it is. It is not a thing you obtain when you reach a certain point in life. It is a state of mind you maintain. You might not feel that you have the freedom you desire because of personal and professional obligations, however, you do have it. In this Zero Adversity Club video, I challenged you to assess whether you feel you have freedom. If you do not, it might instead be feeling a host of negative feeling and emotions I like to call self-generated adversity. You know, guilt, resentment, anger, bitterness, and more. Let me know what your conclusion is after the week is over.
Posted on November 1, 2016
Michael joins “Let’s Find Out, with host Elizabeth Joyce, on BBS Radio! Listen in!
Posted on November 1, 2016
In an environment where digital communications and social media abound, what has been left behind is the ability really communicate with another human being on a relational level. In other words, our focus and attention isn’t 100% there. It’s more an intellectual than heart to heart. In this week’s Zero Adversity Club video, Michael challenges you to Drop In with an intentional focused relational connection when encountering another person.
Posted on October 24, 2016
Trust is the glue that binds our personal and professional relationships together. Its importance cannot be overstated. As our relationships mature, we often elect not to share information because we are afraid of the reaction we will get from the other person(s). Something that generates what we would rather avoid—negative feelings and emotions (like guilt and regret), also known as adversity. It is best to be truthful as soon as possible and let the chips fall where they may. We cannot and should not seek to control other people’s reactions.
Posted on October 20, 2016
Discover the path to freedom, happiness, and prosperity with Michael on the Dare to Dream radio show. Click here to listen now!
Posted on October 17, 2016
Make life easier this week! Greetings from Cancun, Mexico.