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How Tai Chi Can Improve Your Yoga

How Tai Chi Can Improve Your Yoga

When we introduced tai chi as a practice in our 300+Hour Advanced Leadership Training last July, it had an unexpected result. We wanted to give everyone a new way of practicing the same set of principles for releasing stress, healing what needs healing, and moving with grace and harmony in…
Create Not Copy. How to make hard work feel good

Create Not Copy. How to make hard work feel good

This question just came up with our online training group - something about the intertwining of fun and progress, whether it's really possible to have both.  So my thought is, maybe this is possible.  Which is good news, because we all want more.  This need to expand and grow is…
Is It Possible to Share Too Much?

Is It Possible to Share Too Much?

Why do we share? Whether it's in school or training, online or in person, how do we know when it's the right time just to listen? And when is sharing good for someone else? When is it good for you?  A couple thoughts come to mind, which might have something to…
Create the Community You’re Looking For

Create the Community You’re Looking For

A few years ago I had a talk with Joe Cross - the guy who created Fat Sick and Nearly Dead, and shares all around the world now about getting back to health. We were waiting to speak at MindBodyGreen's annual Revitalize conference in Arizona, and I was going up…
Touch: What Is It Good For?

Touch: What Is It Good For?

"If everyone where I come from thinks touch only happens from a teacher when I'm doing something wrong, should we avoid connecting through touch?" This came up in our online training group recently, and it's such a good and common question.  As a start, always do what's in you, what…
It’s Good to Get Things Wrong Sometimes

It’s Good to Get Things Wrong Sometimes

Ever feel anxious about getting things wrong?  It's ok.  Actually, it might be better than ok.  Because getting it wrong could be your best way to get it right.   Steer clear of being an expert. Even when you're a teacher or leader, try not to put yourself in a position…