More is possible than we realize

When people know they don’t know something and they want to know about that something, they learn about it. So if you know that your [...]

Aphorisms are fun to read but are they useful?

The aphorisms that cover the screens on Facebook and Google+ are what the people posting them consider to be important “information” they want to remind [...]

There aren’t any Universal Truths—including The Lefkoe Method

Every week I write a blog post on how to use the various processes of The Lefkoe Method (TLM) to change something in your life, [...]

What do you know that others think is untrue?

A few days ago I read a fascinating cover story in Fast Company magazine on Peter Thiel. Peter is a billionaire investor who co-founded PayPal, [...]

What do you really want out of life?

Every time we send our mailing list a survey asking what you want from the Lefkoe Institute, what you want out of life, or what [...]

“If only I had more self-discipline”

When asked what qualities they would most like to have that they don’t already have, one of the most common answers given by people responding [...]

How do you communicate the unbelievable?

I’ve noticed that when I tell any medical personnel that my cancer diagnosis has resulted in absolutely no stress whatsoever, I am often met with [...]