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Are you building your own prison?

I’ve been thinking a lot about judgments lately.  Judging is a natural part of our existence.  We begin judging others even as very small children.  We do this instinctively in part out of survival by relying on the reptilian and emotional parts of the brain.  We do this long before the higher functioning parts of […]

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Another View of the 1%

Living near Oakland, California we’ve experienced some of the most intense Occupy protests in the country. A little more than a week ago, there was yet again a fairly violent clash with the Oakland police.  Of course there were interviews with the protesters and after listening to one particular interview, I was struck by the […]

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UniversalGiving: An Opportunity to Do Good

My motto “Feel Good. Do Good.” is about creating balance in our lives. One of the important ways we can do this is by exploring our life’s purpose and playing a bigger game. This can show up in a lot of different ways, as a parent or family member, with our colleagues at work, through […]

A Shining Spark: Microsoft Doing Good

There’s a shining spot amidst the negative news about our country’s economic situation. Microsoft has a global program – Bizspark – to help small business startups by giving them access to software development tools. The software giant also provides a forum to connect fledgling businesses to connect with industry players and create marketing visibility. What […]

A Nonprofit Doing Good: Dog Bless America

One of my clients is Explore, a multi-media organization that documents leaders around the world who have devoted their lives to extraordinary causes. Through July 4th, 100 companion and service dogs will be paired up with veterans who are living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as part of their “Dog Bless America” challenge grant. […]

What’s In Your Bag?

A good friend and I were having lunch one day and we were discussing how we view our lives and if there was any truth to the idea of work-life balance (or the new and improved corporate phrase – life integration)? We talked about all of the things that we were doing, our work issues, […]

When Attacks Come From All Sides

Wouldn’t it be great if we only had to work on one problem at a time?  What if all of our friends, family, co-workers, bosses and partners just knew how to stand in line and wait their turn?  Nice idea huh?  Of course our lives aren’t like that at all. The good news is that […]

Samurai Emotional Intelligence

A good friend of mine sent me the link to this clip a few months ago.  It is a very inspiring story told by Ram Dass as told to him by Terry Dobson. Terry Dobson was one of the first and only Americans to train directly with the founder of live casino online Aikido, Morihei […]

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Working with Bob

Here is a short video that describes my approach to coaching my clients.  You’ll find that I literally move my clients into action, using mindfulness and exercises to spark effective and inspired leadership. You’ll also get a brief history of how Resolve Today came about and what I achieve with my clients.   Thanks for […]