Stop Sabotaging Your Own Success; Change How You Think of Yourself

Today I want to give you a way to figure out whether your have a common block which can completely derail your progress. I’ll also give you a way to defuse it. Although this block is common, it often manages to go unrecognized in most people since it only shows up when they start to … Continue reading Stop Sabotaging Your Own Success; Change How You Think of Yourself

The Art of Recovering From Mistakes

“Tim” told me about a mistake he made this week. He’d driven out to a suburb for a meeting only to discover after he got there that he had arrived a day early. It seemed he’d not checked his calendar that morning because he was certain he had the right day. He had lost an … Continue reading The Art of Recovering From Mistakes

3 Simple Ways to Build Up The Businessperson Inside You

When you think about yourself in your work, do you see yourself as successful, competent, professional, just the way you want others to see you? If your answer is “yes,” then this tip is not for you. But if you see yourself in any other way—e.g., as a little kid in the corporate grown-up’s world, … Continue reading 3 Simple Ways to Build Up The Businessperson Inside You

Change your blocks into your strengths

I confess that today’s tip is not for everyone. But before you dismiss it as not being right for you, be sure to really try it on for size. You may discover that you can make this change. If you can, it will make a huge difference in your work. “Mark” has blocks to growing … Continue reading Change your blocks into your strengths

How to Know How Much Sleep You Need

In my last article I listed some compelling reasons why business owners, independent professionals and executives need to make getting enough sleep a priority, at least if they need to think, have insights, be creative, or stay healthy to be successful. But how do you know how much sleep you actually need? You need 7 … Continue reading How to Know How Much Sleep You Need

I’m Giving a Sleep Teleseminar

Yesterday, September 25, I recorded four half-hour sessions for a teleseminar with Kris Ferraro of the Tapping Insiders Club. It's an overview of my 4-step Unblock Sleep System with plenty of tapping to get people started on letting go of the stress that is keeping them from sleeping. I think it went well. (Kris said … Continue reading I’m Giving a Sleep Teleseminar

Sleep Aids and Alzheimer’s

A study just released has found a correlation between using benzodiazepine and developing Alzheimer's disease. This is scary stuff as benzodiazepines are commonly prescribed to treat anxiety and sleep problems. Here are a few of the medications prescribed to treat insomnia that contain benzodiazepine: Xanax (alprazolam), Valium (diazepam), Ativan (lorazepam), Halcion (triazolam), Restoril (temazepam), Doral … Continue reading Sleep Aids and Alzheimer’s