Author: edmond

That One Thing You’re Looking For to Start

“Someday you’re going to have to learn to separate what seems to be important from what really is important.” — George Lucas, born on May 14, 1944 You have this cool project you’re working on. Could turn out to be a great business idea. Imagine, you get to impact a bunch of lives and make […]

The Only Thing You Need to Get Right in Marketing

“A mediocre idea that generates enthusiasm will go further than a great idea that inspires no one.” ― Mary Kay Ash, born May 12, 1918 There are countless passionate people I’ve spoken to that have really great programs, products, and solutions but are still struggling to get the sales. Over time, I’ve noticed many of […]

Fear as a Guiding Compass

“Have no fear of perfection – you’ll never reach it.” — Salvador Dali, born May 11, 1904 We all know what it is we need to do to get what we want. People before us left guides, clues, and directions, and it’s all over the internet. From A-to-Z, the checkpoints are marked out. So why […]

Walk More To See More

If you’re trying to create something extraordinary you may not be able to today, but tomorrow you can. Follow me for a second. If you’re walking down a path and you can only see the first ten feet in front of you, how can you see the next ten feet?

“I am No Thing”

People talk about “being awake” and “knowing the Truth” or being “spiritually enlightened” but haven’t yet realized that everything they think they know—life and death, light and darkness, solid and empty—are relative aspects of something as inconceivable as the smell of color.

Spiritual Approach To Getting Things Done

We live in a society that promotes hard work and seems to reward constant action.It’s common that we hear the phrase “hustle hard to make it”, “hard work pays off”, “80 hour work weeks!”. This leads many into investing massive amounts of hours into their work to get things done. There’s a sense of lack, […]

Life Demands That You’re Flexible

The basic principle of life is that it is dynamic—never stagnant. There’s a constant movement, seemingly chaotic—without a rhythm—and in a state of constant change. Things live by moving and grow as they go.

Your Reason Closes The Gap From A to B

The people that come to me for advice on getting to the next level generally want to start a business or grow their new business. They’ve seen me or others working for themselves and they associate the endeavor with status, freedom, or massive wealth. It’s attractive. Today, to become an entrepreneur almost seems to be […]

Basics of Mental Health

If you’re overwhelmed by life—anxious, depressed, and suffering—pause for a moment and take a practical view of your life. Do you have your basic needs met? Do you have a job, or better, a career?

Lean Into Fear For a Full Life

Oftentimes, we know just what we need to do to get what we want. The path is almost labeled for us in steps. Our minds tell us: First, X. Then Y. Afterwards, Z. Except there’s this part of us that makes the path seem way more complicated than it is.