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4 Tips to Cultivate a Millionaire Mindset
You may often find yourself wondering why some individuals struggle to exist. Especially while at the same time others...
Gratitude: The secret ingredient of success
One of the most inspiring things you can do for yourself is to find gratitude in your everyday life. Just take some...
Join The Freedom Project Online: Travel, Happiness and Freedom
I’m super excited to now have an online version of some of the things I teach in my book The...
Thanksgiving: The Art Of Showing Gratitude To Achieve Your Success
Gratitude. A feeling of thankfulness and appreciation. Today we celebrate Thanksgiving in Canada, about a month ahead of the US. I like to think of Canadian Thanksgiving as a reminder. A reminder to develop your attitude of gratitude. The act of showing gratitude is a skill you can learn.... Read more
What Are You Working Those Long Days And Weeks For Anyway?
In North America, we overvalue the idea of busyness, and undervalue time. North Americans work longer hours than people in any other industrialized nation. In Europe, North America is viewed as a “nation of workaholics”. According to a report from the United Nations International Labor Organization (ILO), “Workers in... Read more
Looking For A Side Hustle? 5 Ways To Share Your Passions
In our fast paced world, finding free time for yourself is very rare, let alone time to start a side hustle. We all understand that we must grow as individuals, but finding time to work on your personal development almost never happens. Luckily, there are 24 hours in the... Read more
The secret to living a fulfilling life and reaching your goals faster

Our bodies come with a great built in navigation system that gives us constant feedback about whether we’re on the right track to achieving the life of our dreams…

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What it means to Live a Life by Experience
In my Travel book The Freedom Project I introduced the concept of Experience Value which I’ve used extensively in my travels. The reason I travel is to undergo a certain experience, whether it’s just to smell or taste a different culture, to swim with dolphins or just sit on... Read more
Driving (s)kills

Driving (s)kills

Lifestyle June 11, 2018

I really wonder why so many people passed drivers ed. Oh wait, none is required in many North American cities like Calgary.

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Stop playing cultural jeopardy at work
Inspirational speaker Kirk Weisler introduced me to the concept of playing cultural jeopardy. During a conference I attended, he asked the following question, as if we were guests on the television show Jeopardy: For twenty-thousand dollars the answer is… “it’s ok”, “can’t complain”, or “same old, same old”. What’s... Read more
Why A Book About Love Doesn’t Fit In The Freedom Project Series – Or Does It?
With the first two Freedom Project books you’ll eventually settle on a standpoint. Travel hacking is easy. Once you get the gist of it, you can apply it over and over again and benefit from free and upgraded travel for the rest of your life. You’ll discover yourself how... Read more
Why I Wrote A Book About Love And Relationships
An author, who wrote a book about travel hacking, and then another one about happiness at work, now comes forward with a book about love. I’m not denying it’s strange. Even more curious is tying the topic of Love to a book series about Freedom. Most people don’t associate... Read more
Celebrating Unconditional Love – In Memory Of An Angel
Most humans think they are superior to animals. As Paul Lowe says, animal lives consist of the three F’s: feeding, fighting, and reproduction. Sounds familiar? In a relationship, people think they’re free. We make ourselves believe we’re doing well, as long as the other person doesn’t talk about a... Read more