What do a ballet dancer, an MMA fighter, and a basketball player have in common? They are all MOVERS. “We are all HUMAN first, MOVERS second and only then SPECIALISTS.” – Ido Portal. As simple as that might sound, it is the absolute truth. We all move, it’s just how nature intended it to be, … Continue reading Movement as a portal to enlightenment
Love is what we are born with. Fear is what we have learned. We must break this cycle of fear if we are to ever reach the next stage of human evolution.
'Life is not about the destination or the finish line. It is about the journey. If you commit your life entirely to something this will result in one of 2 outcomes either you will succeed or you will die trying. Which is its own form of success. ' Casey Niestat.
This blog is inspired by the recent Rich Roll Podcast that I listened to and was inspired to write and and act. Listen to it HERE This was an amazing conversation between Scott Harrison and @richroll I felt so moved and was inspired to act immeditely! It seems crazy to me that nearly a billion people … Continue reading Give it away and it will come back to you
Everyday we are faced with countless choices and decisions. Life is not about what happens to us. Life is about how we choose to react to what happens to us. These choices will determine the outcome of our lives. If you could choose, would you rather be rich or poor? What was the first subject … Continue reading I Choose Daily
We all struggle with making decisions at some stage. Why is that? Are we afraid of losing everything that we have or that we have worked for? The truth is, that decision has been put to you because now there is something else that you wish to achieve or that the Universe has in store … Continue reading Life is a never ending cycle of decisions
Hands up if you cringe a little on the inside when you get asked this question. Sometimes I will ask people off the bat 'what are your interests? Passions? What do you want to get out of life?' and so many times I will get a perplexed look back in return. Why is it that … Continue reading Is ‘What do you do?’ the worst question?