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Confessions of an Existential Nihilist Life Coach (How the Inherent Meaninglessness of Life Can Make Helping Others a Helluva Lot Harder)
Sep14

Confessions of an Existential Nihilist Life Coach (How the Inherent Meaninglessness of Life Can Make Helping Others a Helluva Lot Harder)

EXISTENTIAL NIHILISM AND MANIFESTATION DON’T MIX…OR DO THEY? As the owner of the Manifestation Machine personal growth and development brand, a so-called “success guru”, and a “life coach” (or what I prefer to call a Peak Potential Coach, since the term “life coach” is so cliché and Peak Potential Coach far more accurately describes what I do), one of my jobs is to help people figure out what they want, as well as why they want it. In...

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The Boy Who Cried Blog (Based on a True Story About a NONtrepreneur Who Was Destined to Fail From the Very Start)
Jul24

The Boy Who Cried Blog (Based on a True Story About a NONtrepreneur Who Was Destined to Fail From the Very Start)

MEET DEVIN. He’s a typical, twenty-something young man, born and raised in the middle of America, who, like most of his high school classmates, didn’t go to college because he knew what he wanted to do with his life, but rather because he had absolutely no idea what he wanted to do with it. Like most of his classmates, Devin didn’t pursue a degree in anything super-specific, such as could have seen him become, say, a...

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The Art of Appreciation (How to Attract What You Want by Appreciating What You Already Have)
Dec02

The Art of Appreciation (How to Attract What You Want by Appreciating What You Already Have)

Whenever I used to hear so-called “life coaches” and “self-help gurus” preach about the need for us to be thankful before we can manifest the things we desire, I’d roll my eyes and think, “Oh, no…here we go again with the whole ‘You have to kiss the Universe’s ass before you can get what you want’ crap.” But then I got a little bit older and a whole lot wiser and I realized that being thankful, grateful, appreciative, etc. isn’t about...

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