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Houston, we have a winner or “Why it’s time to play with a lion’s testicles.”

“Some days there won’t be a song in your heart. Sing anyway.
“ — Emory Austin E-Cubed launched 14 days ago. And already, it has gone into a second printing and, even more miraculously, the Red Pill experiment has already produced a winner of the Hay House prize pack. Not five days after it’s release, Melissa […]

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The two magic words that can change your life forever

“Resistance is futile.”—The Borg from Star Trek Sherlock Holmes, if he were to get involved, would probably surmise that I learned the magic words I’m about to dispense from one of the speakers at the Rotterdam I Can Do It! Conference. And he’d be right about one thing. I did learn these words at the […]

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Why I’m the luckiest person on the planet, Episode 12

“I never understand when people make a fuss over me as a writer. I’m just the garden hose that the water sprays through.” –Joyce Carol Oates I’d like to interrupt this blog with a non-commercial announcement. Yee-haw! (Yes, we say things like that in Kansas) As many of you know, my new book just came […]

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Move over, Garmin! Following your joy is the best GPS

“Every leaf speaks bliss to me, fluttering from the autumn tree.”—Emily Bronte One afternoon, when Taz was four, she was playing “mom” in the backyard with her friend, Ashley. Ashley had taken her turn being “mom” and had dutifully washed the pretend dishes, hung up the pretend laundry and ordered her pretend daughter, Taz, to […]

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“Live out of your imagination, not your history.”–@StephenCovey

“You must never allow something that happened to you to become a morbidly treasured heirloom that you carry, show people, put back in its black velvet pouch and then tuck back into your jacket where you can keep it close to your heart.”–Augusten Burroughs You know that story you tell about yourself? The one that […]

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Why @BizStone is my new hero, Part 2

“The good in the world isn’t just my hallucinogenic optimism. It’s science.”—Biz Stone again Remember Snuffles the dog from Quickdraw McGraw? Every time, he was given a doggie treat, he’d float up into the air. That was me yesterday, blogging about Biz Stone’s new book, Things a Little Bird Told Me. It was such a […]

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Why Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter, is my new hero

“We’re heading toward something big and it’s going to be good.” Biz Stone, co-founder of Twitter I have no idea if 40-year-old Biz Stone, the guy Time magazine called “One of the Most Influential People in the World,” has read E-Squared. But I do know this: he practices the principles with a vengeance. In fact, […]

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How one reader used E-Squared to finally find Sasquatch

“Love should be ‘spread throughout the world, shouted in our ears for free.”—Stuart Kestenbaum Thought I’d spread a little love from a reader who recently used the Einstein wands from E-Squared in a workshop at a Performing Arts Conservatory for Julliard and Broadway-bound youth. StevieAnne Petitt, a clinical hypnotherapist and life coach from Arizona, called […]

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Why you should always say yes to fun. No exceptions

“What has trapped you in a belief system that says your ecstasy can only come when you have certain physical stimuli in place? We want you to understand that ecstasy is your birthright. It is not something that exists outside of you.”—Daniel Scranton A new member of yesterday’s power posse sent around the above quote. […]

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Three things I learned from Sean Penn

“The eye sees only what the mind is prepared to comprehend.”–Henri Bergson Three things I learned from Sean Penn 1. Always wear sun screen. 2. Marrying Madonna is not the fast track to wedded bliss. 3. It’s impossible to judge by appearances. Sean Penn, a brilliant actor, has played a wide range of roles over […]

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