Released 27th November 2019 Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Released 11th November 2019 Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Released 02th November 2019 Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
In this episode, you’re going to hear a conversation I had on the subject of happiness and wellbeing with one of my dear friends and colleagues, Rita Shuford. And here’s how I met Rita…
In 2011, I kicked off a one-year programme called ‘3 Principles University’.
We had a wonderful group of students, and every month or so, we had a different principles teacher spend the weekend with us, sharing their understanding.
My good friend and colleague, Sandy Krot was scheduled to do the November weekend (on Leadership), and when she arrived, she had a friend with her: Rita Shuford.
Rita was the person who’d introduced Sandy to the principles, so I was super-curious to hear her story.
Released 27th September 2019 Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
What you’re about to hear is an excerpt from a Masterclass I did a few years back during the Clarity Certification Training. You’re about to discover something mind-blowingly weird: it’s quite literally the strangest fact about your perception, and it blows me away every time i think of it. And it’s going to be particularly useful to you if you’ve ever said, “I know it’s just my thinking but…” – I hear that a lot from people when it’s clear to me that they don’t know it’s got much if anything to do with thinking. You’re also going to find it useful if you want to know the difference between thoughts, thinking and the power of Thought.
By the way, our flagship programme, the Clarity Certification Training is now open for enrolment and you can save up to £3,000 by getting one of the Super-Earlybird places that are available until this Monday, 30th September. A few things worth knowing…
Released 06th September 2019 Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Released 12th August 2019 Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
She wanted me to talk about body image.
Released 19th March 2019 Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
This episode is one we’ve been trying to organise for a while, because it’s with Louise O’Dalaigh, a woman who’s been working to introduce the principles behind clarity into the National Health Service (NHS).
As you may know, the issue of stress and burnout is pretty much an epidemic in the world of healthcare, so it’s one of the places where subtractive psychology has so much to offer. Why? Because in a domain where people are insanely busy, and have crucial, life and death decisions to make, subtractive psychology is the only thing you can learn that takes things off your mind automatically and uncovers your true potential.
Could this piece of research be PROOF of a single cause behind all mental illness?
A few months ago, I recorded an interview with my friend and colleague, board-certified psychiatrist Dr Bill Pettit. During the course of one of our conversations, he revealed something which stopped me in my tracks. If, as we believe, what Dr Pettit shared is proof of a single cause behind all mental illness, the implications are enormous…
Let me set the scene for you…
Bill has successfully treated thousands of patients (many of them people with severe clinical diagnoses) by sharing the principles behind clarity with them.
In the process, he’s come to the conclusion that there’s one cause (and one cure) to all mental illness.
Stop and think about the implications of that for a moment…
Released 7th March 2019 Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
In this episode of the Get Clarity podcast, you’re going to be hearing a conversation I had with a good friend and colleague, Clarity Coach Christine Mitchell. Christine works with people who arrive with a variety of challenges and objectives, particularly around anxiety, stress and OCD. And one of the interesting things about Christine is she’s working more and more with nurses and first-responders.
And here’s one of the reasons I’m really excited to be sharing this conversation with you. As you may already know, at our company, we’re passionate about what we call subtractive psychology: the only thing you can learn that takes things off your mind automatically and uncovers your true potential.
It works on the basis that human psychology functions perfectly; that every person is born with innate resilience, clarity, natural motivation, the capacity to enjoy life, and navigate its ups and downs with ease.
So what does that actually mean, in rough going?
Released 1st March 2019 Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher
Are formless principles too ‘woo-woo’ for a corporate lawyer?
In this episode of the get clarity podcast, we’re going to be answering this question about subtractive psychology: are formless principles too ‘woo-woo’ for a corporate lawyer?
Here’s the back story.
You may recall that I conducted a 3-day Clarity 1:1 Coaching Intensive with a corporate lawyer named Andy, in front of a live audience of coaches, therapists and trainers.
A year later, I did a live follow-up interview with Andy in front of an audience, to find out how the experience changed his world and give people the chance to ask us BOTH questions.
There were some real surprises – for instance someone asked Andy whether he would have been prepared to pay full price for the intensive, knowing what he knows now (Andy paid £4,000 instead of the usual fee of £30,000, in return for letting an audience watch and listen as he went through the entire experience).