Charlie Hoehn cured himself of anxiety. He reveals how he did it in this extremely important conversation about his battle with anxiety and panic attacks and what he did to get beyond them. [Read more…]
Of course, sometimes you just want to get away from people you can’t stand to be around this time of year. Holiday blues can strike anyone around the holidays. But, the Holiday Blues Special is relevant any time of year. [Read more…]
The first question I won’t ask you is: “What is your passion?”
The reason I won’t ask is because it doesn’t matter. If you’ve found something that you are passionate about, follow that passion whether it will make you money or not. If you go into your journey with the sole intent of making money, and you don’t make it, what will happen to your passion?
Will you still be passionate about it any more?
Are you willing to love an idea so much, that you’re willing to risk going broke pursuing it? If the answer is ‘yes’, then you have a true passion. If not, then what is really driving that passion? Is it money? Is it your ego wanting status and prestige? The answer you come up with may reveal some learnings for you.
The second question I won’t ask you is: “What skill or expertise can you offer to people that they are willing to spend money on?” [Read more…]
Are you stuck in peace and serenity all the time? Does your life move along smoothly, without hassle? Do you find that you are more relaxed than stressed throughout the week?
If you answered ‘no’ to any or all of those questions, then you’re probably not one of the millions of people that the American Psychological Association calls ‘the most stressed‘.
According to the APA, 18 to 33 year olds are more stressed than the rest of the US population (it was a US only study). The focus of their stress was mainly about work and money.
That really comes down to nothing but money, doesn’t it? Why are we so obsessed about making money though? Do we want a new car, more clothes, or a new house? Or, do we just want a pair of shoes, because we have none? Whatever the answer, the real reason we want more money is this:
Money equals options.
When you have more money, you have more options. When you have more options, you can meet more of your needs. And when your needs are met, you are less stressed, more relaxed, and life does move along more smoothly. [Read more…]