Anastasia – AFL interview

Anastasia – AFL interview

Anastasia –  who speaks three languages and reads an additional two – chats about how she teaches healers though a certification program she created.  As a sort of healer business consultant she helps them to not only heal but to run a business.  In...
Jonathan Pritchard Interview  – AFL Podcast

Jonathan Pritchard Interview – AFL Podcast

Jonathan Pritchard, author of Think Like A Mind Reader who has worked with the likes of Chris Angel joins me for a very positive and high energy discussion.  He’s a mentalist who has learned to use this skill to help others.  It’s a lot of fun discussing...
Cress – AFL Podcast interview

Cress – AFL Podcast interview

Cress has been working with children for over 25 years, with a focus on autism.   She’s a hands on person, and has a wonderful awareness of how things can give and take energy.  As always you can listen and see the connections to previous podcasts and articles. ...
Stephanie Osborn – AFL Interview

Stephanie Osborn – AFL Interview

This week I talk with Stephanie Osborn, International Woman of Mystery who resides in Huntsville Alabama.  Stephanie is a former NASA Rocket Scientist turned prolific author with many many books under her belt, as well as science articles.  While talking about time...
Bill Protzmann – AFL Podcast interview

Bill Protzmann – AFL Podcast interview

Bill Protzmann is a piano virtuoso.  He started playing piano at three years old and hasn’t stopped.  He’s also runs  tech company.  Sound a little familiar?  He’s what I call a “dual brained” individual – his creative and logical...
Mark Black – Podcast Interview

Mark Black – Podcast Interview

Today’s interview is with Mark Black, a speaker who resides in Canada.  Mark is a double lung and heart transplant recipient.  That’s right, double lung and heart.  We chat about time, energy and resources, how he handled the transition, what he went...
Three Things…  AFL – Podcast

Three Things… AFL – Podcast

This podcast is three things in one.  Nice! Me Time I recognize that of all the things you could be doing right now, you are listening to my podcast.  Sure, you could be multitasking but you’re still listening and you’re ‘here’ with me.  Thank...
Life’s ups and downs

Life’s ups and downs

Ups and Downs? You’ve heard that a million times – that life has its ups and downs.  But that’s not helpful.  And people only tell you that when something bad is happening, right?  No one ever reminds you that life has ups and downs when you’re...
Why are you here?

Why are you here?

Why are you here? This question, not to be confused with Why Do You Live Here, an article and podcast about being stuck in the same moment in time, reliving it over and over again.  No, this is about you being here with me.  And, it’s about asking a simple...
Order or Chaos? AFL Podcast

Order or Chaos? AFL Podcast

Order or Chaos? Which are you?  Are you all for order, and organization and things being in neat predictable rows?  Or do you like things to be all over the place, with no clear order? Spoiler alert, you are most certainly both. When we think of order or chaos, we...
Just Be Positive – NOT!  – AFL Podcast

Just Be Positive – NOT! – AFL Podcast

Did the Law of Attraction work for you?  It didn’t?  Like most modern coaching teaches, it must be something you did wrong, you’re not ready, your energy is not in sync and you didn’t really want it. Or something else is afoot. So why didn’t it...
Interview: John – AFL Podcast

Interview: John – AFL Podcast

John is a stay at home dad with a very young daughter.  He juggles his photography business and being a dad and a husband. I like to examine the discussion and see how the guest touches on podcasts and articles.  It provides a very good grounding, a real life...
Interview: Cecily – AFL Podcast

Interview: Cecily – AFL Podcast

Cecily is in her final year of college.  She’s learned a lot in the last four years.  Her study abroad time in Germany helped expand her horizons, and gave her a unique perspective. I like to examine the discussion and see how the guest touches on podcasts and...
Interview: Tamara – AFL Podcast

Interview: Tamara – AFL Podcast

Call In Interview Podcast: Tamara Tamara is an empty nester, who runs her own business.  She adjusted from having five kids to manage, to manageing her own personal schedule and filling it properly. I like to examine the discussion and see how the guest touches on...
Interview: Christina  – AFL Podcast

Interview: Christina – AFL Podcast

Call In Interview Podcast: Christina Christina has gone through some recent difficult times.  She speaks very honestly about what she has gone through and how it affected her perception of time, energy and resources. I like to examine the discussion and see how the...
Inertia.  AFL Podcast

Inertia. AFL Podcast

Let’s be real, man. Let’s be real.    You know, like totally real here.  No, I’m not going to reveal an inner secret, I do that enough indirectly by these podcasts already.  No, I mean let’s discuss the physical world. We’ve all heard...

AFL Podcast: The Endeavor Board

At the beginning of the year I did a scary thing – I erased my big white board.  I figured I had been staring at it long enough and it was static.  I needed a new plan.  I stared at it for a bit and decided how I wanted to organize things, and how I wanted to...

Resilience is a system

Resilience.  We hear that term a lot, especially in regards to kids in a divorce.  “Oh kids are resilient” we hear, from the parent that sees them 50% of the time, thus making them feel better about the divorce.  We hear it when someone goes through...
Obnoxious eMails

Obnoxious eMails

I think it was Shakespeare that said “An email by any other punctuation would not be as obnoxious.” No wait, that was me, just now.  Mark Bradford. The death of email was greatly exaggerated and predicted many years ago.  However, eMail is still with us,...

This is what you will do.

This is the second part of the What will you do article/podcast. How this gets fixed – three things You need time energy and resources or it’s not going to ever happen Barring any minor triumphs due to circumstance and/or luck, it’s never going to...

What will you do?

It’s a new year.  What will you do?  Resolutions, eh?  Things will be different?  Things will be better?  Not going to do that thing?  Will absolutely do that thing this year?  That’s what goes through your head, right?  One of those things has an...

The storyteller – AFL Podcast

Tell a story and make it come true, or be a big fat liar. No, not like spinning a yarn about a princess in a far away tower.  I mean when you discuss future events, do so with the authority and control to make them happen. And, to clarify further, I’m not (yet)...

Resolutions are bad – AFL Podcast

New Year’s Resolutions. According to Wikipedia, about half of the US makes New Years Resolutions each year. Another study of 3,000 people sampled showed that 88% of those who set New Year resolutions fail.  88%.   That’s about nine people out of ten....

Why do you live here? AFL Podcast

Imagine that you meet an extradimensional being.  What’s an extra dimensional being?  That would be someone who not only experiences the four dimensions we seem to live in (physical space and time) but enjoys a few more.  He looks pretty normal, and might even...

Balance and Holidays AFL podcast

The holidays can be a wonderfully unbalanced time of year.  According to Pew Research Center 90% of Americans celebrate Christmas, with about the same celebrating Thanksgiving.  Don’t forget New Years too.   If you’re not in that group you can still learn...

Time and Eating – AFL Podcast

In an article called Time Compression and Productivity – Mindfulness of Moments I talked about how we seem to alter the flow of time based on how we feel about the moment we are experiencing.  Stuff that we are dreading seems to take forever, and stuff we like...

Job, Career or Calling? AFL Podcast

Job, Career or Calling? I’ve given a number of talks on having balance through transition, and most of these talks recently happen to have been in front of audiences that were in a specific kind of transition – work.  For whatever reason, most of the...

Be Nice – an experiment 2

Part two of our two part experiment.  This time it’s the opposite of what we talked about last time.  Instead of turning off the outward-in shields we put up –  protecting us from possible harm – we are doing the opposite.  Just for a day. This time...

Be Nice – an experiment 1

An experiment, with homework.  Don’t worry, it’s easy homework. I’m not going to hurt you.  You’re not going to hurt me, right?  You’re just like me and don’t want to hurt anyone.  That goes without saying… or does it? The...

Multitasking – AFL Podcast

Do you multitask?  Of course you do.  Find out what actually happens when you do.  And what’s the hidden glue that holds it together?  Is it actually costing you more energy when you switch gears?  Impossible you say?   Find out about the myth, cheating the...

AFL Pdocast – Congrats, you’re bored

We discuss why it’s not only OK to be bored, but how that’s actually a good thing that puts you one step ahead of a lot of people.  We find out why you are bored and not surprisingly – we see how it’s related to time, energy and resources. ...

AFL Podcast – Why Energy Is Key

You’ve heard me say that life is made of three things – Time, Energy and Resources.  Each of those three is very important, and each is unique.  Of the three, only one is a meter for how happy you are at any given time: energy. We explore why it is a solid...
Don’t buy that crazy vacuum!

Don’t buy that crazy vacuum!

Crazy Appliances Would you buy dish soap that only works on a fork?  How about an oven that only works when you’re starving?  Maybe a vacuum cleaner that only works when you’re sad, and then you have to call a number to turn it on once you’re sad...
AFL Podcast Welcome

AFL Podcast Welcome

Just a quick hello, a tip about iTunes, and info to participate in the call in. This podcast is available in iTunes as well as part of each respective post.  Because I am creating new podcasts based on previous posts, and because of the way iTunes feed determines...