How to Feel Abundant When You Feel Like You Have Nothing at AllMost of us overachievers got to where we are by looking at the gap:There is “where we want to be,” and there is “where we are”…and in between there is the gap.Even though I know that looking at the gap only gives me grief, I can’t help but notice the gap sometimes:The money I don’t have.The things I want.The power I want.The friends

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Click here to download the audio file   CK on GratitudeThere have been times in my life when gratitude was the furthest thing from my mind…When someone had died,When my business wasn’t taking off like I wanted it to,Or when I have been depressed / pissed off / annoyed at anything.During those times, if you had said, “Show your gratitude,” I’d have slapped you or punched you in the face and told you, “Shut up! I

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Doubt Kills the WarriorWhen I was younger, I found myself hesitating a lot.I’d hesitate to ask my parents for what I wanted.I’d hesitate to ask a girl out.(I’d hesitate to even look at a girl!)I’d hesitate to really go for it—for anything.If I met my younger self today, I’d probably kick his butt.I’d probably tell him to man up… To stop being a wuss To just fucking do it. (Of course I am sure my

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Kicking Ass   How do I know when I am kicking ass?   Well, it’s when things are going well. Better than ever…beyond awesome…beyond what I thought was possible. It feels like I am Moses and the ocean just parts when I stand in front of it… and light shines from above… and angelic sounds fill the air as I am crossing.   It’s as though I am walking on clouds and there is theme

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I just finished watching the Jimmy Kimmel and Kanye West interview.Why would anyone care about this celebrity battle? Well, I do. On the surface it may have just seemed like two celebrities having a high school bickering moment—but the interview actually changed my perspective about Kanye—and moved me from mild interest to admiration. He speaks about protecting his dreams, about his family, and about breaking the glass ceiling. Who’s to say that he can’t write

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