Inner peace leadership coach-speaker-author

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Inner peace always begins with one question

Inner peace always begins with one question

Apr 4, 2014

Troubles rob us of our peace. How we respond determines whether we resolve matters or make things worse. For most of us, our instinctive response to things that upset is, how do I get this problem to go away?  This is the wrong question.  We need to ask a different question and when we do, we virtually guarantee our path to peace AND the problem often goes...

Inner peace and believing in miracles

Inner peace and believing in miracles

Mar 24, 2014

If you don’t believe in miracles, you will never fully experience inner peace. If you are not willing to be vulnerable enough to allow space for a miracle to happen, you are unlikely to experience a miracle either.  It’s a chicken and egg situation where the answer, fortunately, is very clear.  You need to be at peace first with uncertainty.  Of...

A personal update

A personal update

Mar 6, 2014

An exciting thing happened to me today. My new book arrived from the printer!  I started this book more than 14 months ago.  Many of you participated by reading early chapters under different titles like “The Spiritual Law of Serenity.”  I lost count of how many sub-titles I tested. Let’s not even talk about the more than fifty re-writes the...

6 way inner peace changes your mouth

6 way inner peace changes your mouth

Feb 25, 2014

What’s in our hearts comes out of our mouths. Practicing the First Rule of Inner Peace has changed my words in six ways.   I love the effect these six changes have on others around me – and on how I feel about myself.  While you might read these and say, “I can do them too!”, my experience is that we need to change our heart for these...

Inner peace and monolithic institutions

Inner peace and monolithic institutions

Feb 14, 2014

As technology invades every corner of our lives, so does the power of monolithic institutions to control us. We’ve entered a new era of “you can’t fight city hall.” Responding wisely and finding peace when facing rigid institutional power is one of the most demanding challenges on our inner peace mission. Microsoft is one example. Now...

Inner peace and saving someone else’s marriage

Inner peace and saving someone else’s marriage

Feb 6, 2014

When the marriage of someone close to us breaks up, we feel a deep loss ourselves.  In this posting, I look at what you can do to help your close friend, brother, sister, adult child or parent save their marriage.  Jesus promised you could make a difference, IF you first take the plank out of your eye! Let’s start with the obvious.  Most people are...