≡ Menu

Scientific research has shown over and over again that people who practice gratefulness and gratitude are happier than those who don’t.

This sounds obvious, doesn’t it?  Yet, most people find it challenging to make gratitude a regular part of their lives.

If you've developed the habit of complaining, or if you've developed a jaded, ornery spirit, always looking pessimistically at life, then yes, practicing gratitude sounds ridiculous to you. [click to continue…]

What do you think of when you think of momentum?

How do we build momentum?

When I think of momentum, I think of riding a bike.

When I taught my two girls to ride many years ago, one thing I remember saying, as I ran next to them, holding the back of the bicycle seat, was “keep pedaling, keep pedaling . . .”

For obvious reasons.  If they didn’t keep pedaling, they would’ve lost one of the essential ingredients for riding a bike:  momentum. [click to continue…]

Today we’re talking about pondering 3 simple but potentially powerful questions.  I just went through these questions with a client a couple days ago, and they helped him get unstuck, find clarity, and see a path forward.

There’s nothing profound about these questions.  But sometimes we need to go through a review process, especially when we feel stuck.

It’s good to ask yourself these questions every 3 months.

Question 1:

What needs to be shed from my current picture? [click to continue…]

I’m Sean Cox,

I write these articles to provoke you to look at your life–to consider where you currently are and where you could be in the future. I want you to break free from the status quo, pursue your potential, and become a razor-sharp asset.