Balance Category Archive

2013 Ultimate You Mindfest Starts Today

Monday, March 18th, 2013

Just a quick reminder that the Ultimate You Mindfest, hosted by Paul Scheele,┬ábegins this morning. Today’s session is about how to increase your income and overcome limiting beliefs about money. One new Mindfest session will be posted each day of this week. Each audio session can be streamed for free for about 24 hours after […]

FitDesk Review

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

In addition to evaluating the GeekDesk, I also recently tested another piece of equipment to make office work more active. Called the FitDesk, it’s a small but functional workspace mounted atop a stationary exercise bike. So you can burn calories pedaling while you work on your laptop or tablet, watch TV, or play video games. […]

A New Ultimate You Mindfest

Monday, February 18th, 2013

Last year I helped promote a free online event called the Ultimate You Mindfest. It was a weeklong series of short, punchy audio coaching sessions┬áto condition your mind for positive thinking, success, and action orientation. This Mindfest was extremely popular with my readers, and I received many appreciative emails about it afterwards. As a promotional […]

How to Release Neediness

Monday, October 8th, 2012

Learn to notice and appreciate the hidden abundance obscured by scarcity and lack, and more abundance will flow to you. Although I enjoy some very nice abundance in my life today (time freedom, work I love, travel, wonderful friends, amazing kids), I don’t need anything in particular to feel rich. As I see it, I […]

How to Be Free of Frustration

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012

If you’re feeling frustrated, it means you’re holding a vibe that aligns with a reality that you don’t want. How do you create the vibe of frustration? It’s pretty easy. Simply observe your reality, and then resist or reject some aspect of it. Look at your financial situation, and resist it. Look at your job, […]

Judging vs. Creating

Thursday, August 30th, 2012

I recently asked some people to explain the difference between being judgmental and being selective. I received dozens of different answers. Some people said that being selective is milder, more logical, less emotional, or more practical than being judgmental. Others felt they were just different words to describe the same thing. And still others had […]

Meditationfest – Free Online Event

Sunday, August 19th, 2012

The Ultimate You Mindfest that I mentioned in some previous posts was so well-received that Learning Strategies is hosting another free online event. This one focuses on meditation and is appropriately named Meditationfest. The format is similar to the previous Mindfest except that instead of having one teacher all the way through, the Meditationfest features […]

Learn Qigong for Free

Saturday, February 25th, 2012

Learning Strategies will soon be streaming Chunyi Lin’s Spring Forest Qigong course for free via the Internet. The broadcast will be spread over 6 days and begins on March 12, 2012. Qi, also known as chi, is life energy. Qigong is an Eastern energy healing practice which seeks to correct imbalances in this energy. Whether […]

Lessons From the Recent Workshops

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

I really enjoyed this past weekend at the Conscious Relationships Workshop. It’s so rewarding to see people arriving a little shy and uncertain on the first day, and by the end of the third day, they’ve become close friends and have a new sense of possibility and excitement. One of the reasons I do these […]

How to Reduce Your Mail to Almost Nothing

Monday, February 13th, 2012

It’s been estimated that the average American will spend about 8 months of his/her life opening junk mail. Would anyone consciously choose to do that? Probably not. But how many will end up doing it anyway? And this is just the average. Some poor folks actually spend years of their lives processing junk mail. This […]