Even understanding that we can’t please everyone all of the time doesn’t stop most of us from trying to. Being liked and approved of feels good. What you may not realize is that living this way can be very harmful and ultimately won’t create the life you want. Tune in to this episode to better understand why and how to break the habit.


Nobody on planet Earth is exempt from needing the Atonement. But sometimes the way we think about Repentence and Godly Sorrow makes us feel like there is something terribly wrong with us. I don’t believe that’s what God wants us to feel. I think it’s the opposite. Tune in to find out what I believe Godly sorrow really is and why it’s an empowering and loving way to trust His plan.


You guys. I’m talking Science today. I know… that’s not like me right? If you like Science then you’re welcome but even if you don’t, check this one out. This is not typical Science. This is the Science of your mind, your personality, and your life. Good stuff. Trust me.


Joe Dispenza talks about finding the space between intention and surrender. It’s not an exact science, but once you start to recognize which one comes easier to you and shoot for the middle, you catch a glimpse of the ability you have to create any result you want. Tune in to this episode and I’ll show you what I mean.


Enjoy the journey. We hear it. We say it. What does it mean exactly? What is the journey supposed to look like? And if it’s not enjoyable does that mean I’m on the wrong path? Why is it so hard and when will it get easier? Understanding a bit about human behavior when it comes to learning a new skill or taking on a project or challenge, you can find the inspiration and meaning in the journey and the journey truly does become more than the destination. Today’s episode will teach you the 4 steps. Let’s do it.


Today I’m talking about conquering indecision. Fearing there is a wrong choice keeps us from taking much of the action we want to take in our lives and misleads us into believing that our happiness is dependent on making the right choice. In the end we can’t possibly predict even the majority of the challenges or rewards that will be triggered by any decision but the good news is we don’t have to. Once you truly understand on an intimate level that YOU create your experience, you’ll release the pressure that is causing you to live in the land of “I need to think it over.” Check it out.


This week I’m talking about love in a way you’ve never heard before. First we’ll explore how to be more lovable and more likable. Then we’ll talk about how to love other people…yes…even the ones who seem unloveable. Even better, I’ll explain to you WHY I highly recommend you allow yourself to feel love. You won’t want to miss this one if you want to have more friends, and less angst around the people who challenge you.


Perfectionism is not the same as doing your very best. It is not the same as striving for more and better. Instead, it is a means by which we deprive ourselves of feelings of satisfaction, fulfillment and pride. Rather than having a realistic gauge of what is good and complete, we fixate on what is missing or wrong and it can impact so many areas of our lives. In today’s episodes we’ll explore some possible causes and as always, some things you can try at home to loosen your perfectionist tendencies.


When your beliefs make you unique and you tend to associate with people who share your values, the culture becomes strong and sometimes we don’t pause to consider the difference between culture and doctrine. Other times we use the culture to remain in a place of spiritual immaturity. This episode will illustrate examples and teach you how to break this cycle.


Sometimes I remind myself that nothing is truly “hard” unless I choose to believe that. But other times this causes conflict and chatter in my head that distracts me from reaching my goal so I just give in to the thought it is hard. But the good news is I can do hard things and doing the hard work minimizes the harder and hardest. Listen to this episode and you’ll see what I mean.