The two most transformative moments of my life

The two most transformative moments of my life

For the past 15 years, I’ve lived a rather wild and magical life straddling the worlds of business and spirituality. Working with amazing teachers from all over the world has allowed me to experience a completely new way of thinking; which has subsequently allowed me...

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Are you a procrastinator?

Are you a procrastinator?

Many of my clients say, “Can you help me not procrastinate? Will you help me be accountable.” To which my response is something like, “How would you like me to do that? Slap your hand through a zoom call when you don’t do your homework? Would you like me to make you...

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The super power of loving yourself enough to be hated

The super power of loving yourself enough to be hated

This weekend, I had the pleasure of doing some deep meditation work with a dear friend and spiritual brother. I’m not sure it’s like this for everyone, but for me to truly do my deepest and most powerful work, I have to share it with another person. It’s one thing to...

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Sold for millions…enter Post Traumatic Exit Disorder

Sold for millions…enter Post Traumatic Exit Disorder

A few days ago I was thinking about how entrepreneurship often manifests as a mental health condition and how the businesses we build will never be enough to make us happy. You can never sell a big enough deal, raise a big enough round, or have a big enough bank...

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What if entrepreneurship was a mental health condition?

What if entrepreneurship is a mental health condition?I work with founders and entrepreneurs every day that are working so incredibly hard to be so incredibly miserable. Even the ones running successful companies - worth millions - are often as miserable as the ones...

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Three Guiding Principles in Times of Crisis

Three Guiding Principles in Times of Crisis

Business owners can separate themselves from the competition by how well they manage times of crisis. I’d like to offer up three words and guiding principles for you to sit with in your daily practice: patience, permission and compassion.  Many of us are faced with...

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Creating a culture of self-care and wealth equity in the software industry

Creating a culture of self-care and wealth equity in the software industry

Gv Freeman wanted to cultivate joy and reduce suffering in the software industry. Having grown up feeling out-of-the-loop in Central Nebraska, the St. Louis-based entrepreneur burned extra hours to find opportunities in the tech industry. Self-care wasn’t a priority. It wasn’t even on his radar. In true startup spirit, he single-mindedly drove himself to build…

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