My new book BEYOND INVINCIBLE has launched! The stories will make you laugh and might move you to tears and, I promise, learning these PHIL-osophies of life, will definitely better your years. Learn about Living Large by staying positive, celebrating life, living to give and that love is all that matters. Also, learn about Living Long by being proactive about your health and getting checked!
❤️ Everyone has a story. I’m going to share some of mine with you, from my new book “Beyond Invincible” Today’s story is The Gratitude Rock: If you found your Gratitude Rock in your pocket right now, what would you be grateful for?… [Read more...]
Welcome aboard the Beyond Invincible bus. You’re about to embark on an incredible journey. This journey has two distinct parts. In Part One, I’m going to introduce you to Phillip Carroll, a rock-star entrepreneur. You’ll find out how he made his first million at the age of twenty-five and how he rode the highs and lows of the entrepreneurial roller coaster with great success. You’ll hear about our epic love affair and how he convinced me to say, “I do.” You’ll learn about the extraordinary … [Read more...]
Jessica and I were traveling to Dharamsala, India, a small Buddhist town on crest of the Himalayan mountains and home of the Dalai Lama. We were in a taxicab winding up to the hilltop village in hopes of meeting his Holiness. I remember feeling as though with every turn were travelling back in time. One hundred years around each bend. The van we were in was so broken down it felt at any moment it might bottom out. I prayed the brakes would hold up until we make it to the top. The traffic was … [Read more...]
They had travelled the world together. Been through hundreds of security lines. Opened their bags, taken out their laptops, took off the belts and the shoes. Arms in the air to get scanned. Back on with the belt and shoes, laptop in the bag…off to the flight. But this was not like any of those times. This time she pulled out of her bag a heavy, green, granite urn engraved with his name. This time she watched his encased remains slowly move down the conveyor belt under the rubber flap and stop … [Read more...]