Surprising Lessons Dangling at top of Canada’s First Aerial Park

Yesterday I spent the day with some girlfriends at Edmonton’s new aerial park. It’s is the first in Canada, I might add. A lot of thoughts went through my mind before I was actually going to go. First, I thought about whether or not I actually should go, whether or not I had the time…

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Simple Steps to Living a Bulletproof Life

This morning I was listening to Lewis Howes’ interview with success coach Chris Lee. He was talking about how to live a bulletproof life. I love listening to the wisdom of success coaches on podcasts. I feel like I get the benefit of receiving the teaching and intelligence of all of these world renowned success…

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Six Key Success Factors to Achieve Freedom

Freedom. I’ve been thinking a lot about freedom lately. In North America, it’s tossed around almost to the point of trite as it’s used in a plethora of varying perspectives. Freedom is the core reason of why we work so hard, why we develop our careers, and why we just try altogether. As an Asian…

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Ridiculously Simple Steps to Doing Less and Living More

A few months ago, I wrote about how we are always jumping on a moving train. As you know, the train never stops moving. Maybe it might slow down at some point. But waiting for that to happen before starting something new seems both unrealistic and unnecessary to me. Instead, what if we found ways…

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How Do You Negotiate Overwhelm?

This weekend it got to me how much I actually have on the go. I’m launching two podcasts, while trying to maintain a blog, building digital products, working full-time, teaching fitness and still trying to put in some QT with two of the most important people in my life. On Friday, I took a picture…

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