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Are you a Change Agent?

Do you sometimes find yourself getting bored with your own personal story? Not that you have solved all of your issues, and you are plenty willing to work on them when they arise and are staring you in the face. But do you also feel there is more important work to be done here? Do […]

Overcoming Fear of Success

… Consider the sad and ominous story of JasonRussell. His name may have already flashed past you by now, in the whirlwind of current events. So let me remind you: Along with three of his buddies, Jason created the film Kony 2012, which attracted more than 80 million hits on Youtube a few weeks ago. […]

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What’s True for You?

This is the last week of the How to Thrive in the New Economy tele-seminar series. We’ve had a wonderful time talking to people like Genpo Roshi, Danielle Laporte, Jack Canfield, and Mark Gafni. If you missed some, or all, of the series, you can buy the entire collection for $25, and we give every […]

A Clear Yes (or a Clear No)

by Jonathan Robinson and Arjuna Ardagh Modern day life overwhelms us with choices. Who should I meet with today? What investment should I make? Who should I give to? What project should I take on at work? The list goes on and on. In the face of literally hundreds of choices available to us every […]

Discover Your Unique Gift

By Arjuna Ardagh and Jonathan Robinson Over decades of working with people, individually and in groups, we have met the wealthy as well as the downtrodden, the victorious and the defeated.  But one thing we have found is true for everyone: that deep down in each and every person alive, there is a unique flavor […]

Tips on How to Reframe the Current Economy

It has become a cliche these days to hear sayings like “in this economic climate,” or “in these difficult times.”  And of course it becomes a self-perpetuating prophecy.  Are these statements the whole truth about today’s economic climate?  First, people selling gizmos of various kinds, people who run restaurants, and folks in service industries, will […]