John P. Weiss

Written by John P. Weiss

John P. Weiss

We live in a day and age of instant gratification. Everything we seemingly want or need is a click away on our smartphones.
When we do the unexpected, we surprise our detractors. We open a door that can disarm them. We get to define ourselves instead of our detractors defining us. And sometimes, doing the unexpected can hasten a new understanding, nascent trust, and even an improved outcome.
Have you ever felt empty? Like whatever magic elixir that used to fuel your creative life just sort of evaporated?
As we age, we lose a great deal of our childhood innocence. Our curiosity and imaginations succumb to adolescence, hormones and the complexities of adulthood...
What should a meaningful life be about? It's an important question. Unfortunately, the answer is not likely to be found on social media.
We all have this little voice inside our heads, chattering away behind the scenes. Stuff like, “You’re too fat. You’re not good enough. You’ll never get promoted. You don’t have what it takes. No one will like it. Why do I try? Who cares?” 
If you really want to stay healthy and effective in your life, you must learn how to focus. How to set aside all the urgency and noise in order to accomplish the things that matter most?
Everyone has aspirations and dreams, but they don’t always think things through. Worse, they don’t stop to examine their underlying motivations, and where they might lead. When considering a goal it's good to start by asking a question consisting of three words...
Let’s say you have the talents and skills. How do you stand out? There are three words you need to know that can help you achieve greater success. Those three words are...
On the one hand, perfectionism can fuel what you do. On the other hand, it may hurt your productivity and growth. Why and how? Listen to this blogshow to find out.
The place where the light enters you