It’s not enough to be good at something. To be an effective coach or teacher you need a host of other skills.
A story that opened me to a new way of thinking about generosity. It isn’t only in what we share with others.
Breaking down the myth that’s an insult to teachers everywhere.
Just because you can do something well doesn’t mean you can teach it effectively.
Since November 2010, I have attended 3 of Tony Robbins’ events as a participant and served on the event crew for his events 10 times. In that time, Tony Robbins has taught me many important lessons. One lesson stands out as perhaps the most important — and it wasn’t even something he said.
Since my grandpa died, I’ve been expanding beyond morning rituals to a new category: mourning rituals. Two practices speak to the transformational power of rituals.
The mandate on Passover is “to tell” the story of the Exodus. But what exactly does this mean? And how can we apply this to other areas of our lives?