Tag Archives: positive psychology

Drawing from the Well of Emotional Strength

There are times in life when it can all feel like too much. We’ve all experienced it at some point. These things are, unfortunately, part and parcel of the human experience. But what these moments can teach us, if we let them, is the feat of emotional strength. I’ve written about positive psychology and our […]
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Why You Need Gratitude, Not The Guru

Gratitude. It’s trendy now. It’s a buzzword on the lips of many a motivational speaker, life coach, and self-help personality. Heck, I talk about it all the time, too. I think it’s a great habit to adopt. But I also know gratitude is in danger of becoming a cliche. We’re being bombarded by the idea. Overexposure to people pushing […]
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The H.E.R.O. Defined: E is for Elastic (includes Resilience Worksheet)

What do you do when you get punched? I’m not talking about a physical beating. I’m talking about the metaphorical pummeling you sometimes receive courtesy of life’s circumstances. Let’s take an American mythological hero and use his example metaphorically. Let’s take some lessons from the legend of Rocky Balboa (spoilers ahead if you’ve been living […]
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Video: Intro to Live the Hero for Men

Hey guys, if you need a quick intro to Live the Hero, here’s a short video that gives a brief overview of this new “life philosophy.” Once you watch it, please comment to let me know the following: What could you relate to in the video? What do you hope Live the Hero can do […]
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