Don’t Eat The Marshmallow … Yet!

How big a role does self-discipline, the ability to delay gratification, play in one’s success? And, how early in a person’s life can we forecast their inclination to such? A famous study at Stanford University in 1972 by psychologist, Walter Mischel, apparently discovered this very key link and how to quantify it. My friend, Dr.…

Tap Into Your Code To Joy

Constant bad relationships? An unnatural and exaggerated fear of heights? Despondence for no particular reason? Sabotaging your abundance time and again? Deathly afraid of getting lost? Something different but nonetheless devastating? A new book by noted psychologists Drs. George Pratt & Peter Lambrou (and coauthored by our own John David Mann) helps us dig deep…

Of Human Machines And Reframes

In Vernon Howard’s book, Esoteric Mind Power, he writes: “If a mechanical robot made a rude remark to you, you would not feel offended, for your ego would not feel threatened by a mere machine. But because you fail to see that most people are equally mechanical, you attribute an ego to them, which causes…