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Calmer in Five

5 Minute Mojo is the evening counterpart to the popular podcast, ZEN commuter.  Much like it's big brother, it has the same goal; to help you become calmer and more purposeful.

The show is significantly shorter but helps listeners become more aware of why they do what they do.  How does it accomplish that task?  By asking you thought provoking questions that you would never ask yourself; introspective questions that, when answered, will help you uncover your subconscious motivations for the things you do, whether they move you forward or move you back.

You won't want to miss this evening inspiration podcast.  It will have you pulling into the driveway at the end of the day calmer and wiser.

Jan 31, 2017

Our culture seems to push happiness.  I do as well, but not to the exclusion of other feelings.  It is important to experience all feelings and not let any become prominent.  A full life is one which embraces all aspects of living, and that includes sadness.  Today i talk about the benefit of...

Jan 30, 2017

Your brain is introduced to millions of pieces of information in a day. how can it keep everything straight.  Simple, it quickly eliminates the things you don't need to pay attention to.  How does it do that? With the RAS. Use affirmations to keep your goals in your mind and your brain scanning for ways to make...

Jan 27, 2017

John Lee Dumas, host of Entrepreneur on Fire, asks his entrepreneur guests this question every episode.  Even though his reasons are different, I thought I would ask it of you so you can think about how you present yourself to the world.

In the question, no one knows you.  You could totally reinvent yourself or keep the...

Jan 27, 2017

If you think you are cooler and better because you take all notes by computer or tablet, you need to think again.  Writing things down is the optimal way to retain information.  Today I talk about that very thing by reading an article from Mental_Floss.