The Golden Rule: Guest – Denise Alexander Pyle

Denise Alexander @alexander_pyle is the author of The Power of 1(0). SHe is confident that if we understand the meaning of each of the Ten Commandments we would truly recognize just how vital it is for us to adhere to them as our “rules of the road” for peaceful co-existence and survival on this planet.

Emotional Forecasting – How Does My Future Look?

Life is a fluid miasma of change that can often cause us to feel lost, desolate, and hopeless – as if our life will always be this way. Emotional Forecasting is an unhealthy technique in which we often engage without realizing. It consists of us experiencing profound emotions and thinking that this is how we will always feel, or that the situation will always be this way. For example, say Learn more…

Small investment, big returns: Guest – Everett Jolly

James Miller | Lifeology Radio Often we think we don’t have enough of something to make a difference – enough time, money, energy. The reality is every large thing has to start somewhere. When you focus on what you can invest instead of what you cannot, you will gain a huge return. When you are overwhelmed or feeling defeated, you are thinking too big… start small and earn big. Everett Learn more…

Upgrading your strengths: Guest – Rock Thomas

Self-made millionaire, bestselling author & world renowned speaker Rock Thomas encourages you to let go of your limiting self-beliefs and use your thoughts to upgrade your strengths. @rockthomas RockThomas.com.

Living an anticipatory life: Guest – Daniel Burrus

Every situation you experience is an opportunity for you to learn and grow. When you ask yourself, “What am I learning about myself right now?” it gives you data to use for the next time you experience it. The more often you do this the more you can anticipate how you want your life to be. Leading technology forecaster and innovation expert, Daniel Burrus reviews his latest book, The Anticipatory Organization. This Learn more…

Be the change agent: Guest – Ron Carucci

Do you know how to be an effective change agent? Did you know that you are going to grow and develop whether you want to or not? Life is always changing. You can either be proactive and become who you want to be or let circumstances change you. Learn how to be an effective change agent in your life, relationships, and career. The choice is yours. Business expert and strategist, Learn more…

Renewing your sense of wonder: Guest – Michael Grandinetti

Magician, Michael Grandinetti renews your sense of wonder through magic When was the last time you were “wowed,” – when you were amazed and felt a sense of wonder by something. It’s unfortunate, but as we grow, we lose that sense of wonder and often live a life without magic or excitement. Renew your sense of wonder today! Be curious, read, travel, play with a child and let them teach Learn more…

Relearn life lessons: Guest – Kay Sanders

Life will always give us the same lesson to learn until we finally get it. As children, we learned never to touch fire. Why, as adults, do we re-engage in situations or with people that, afterwards, we beat ourselves up for it? You will relearn life lessons until you pass the test. Kay Sanders, known as the Creator of Possibilities is an Intuitive Business Coach, shares her inspirational story of Learn more…

Successfully managing your life: Guest – Estie Rand

Business owner and mother, Estie Rand shares her inspirational story of finding the courage to become an entrepreneur. She gives tips on how she is able to be successful in her career as well as be a full-time parent. Her story will encourage you to lead your life and accomplish all of your goals.

Making excuses for others

Often we make excuses for people in our life. We “understand” why they are acting a certain way, but don’t hold them accountable. Just because a person is struggling doesn’t excuse their behaviors. Stop making excuses.

Compassionate Communication: Guest – Thom Bond

Thom Bond reviews his book, The Compassion Book. His book and interview will remind you to always come from a place of compassion when you engage with others.

Accept diversity: Guest – Jason Dowd

When you accept diversity in others you grow and develop. We are all different in some way. We often use global labeling, a form of stereotyping, and think that one person who has “wronged” us is the representative of that particular group. This can happen via religion, sexuality, gender, race, age, nationality, and in many other ways. In thinking that someone who is different than you is wrong or is Learn more…

Unlocking Greatness: Guest – Charlie Harary

As children we understand how we fit into the world. As we develop those same thoughts will often shape our estem and value. Did you realize that those individuals whom you idolize are just like you? They may receive accolades for their accomplishments, but your greatness is just as significant as theirs. Author and internationally known speaker, Charlie Harary reviews his book, UNLOCKING GREATNESS: The Unexpected Journey from the Life You Learn more…

You have a choice: Guest – James Muller

In every situation we have a choice to decide how we are going to handle it. There is an immediate reaction but after that reaction we have a choice to decide how long we will continue to experience the initial reaction. If I startle you, you aren’t going to be scared for an hour; you unconsciously decide not to be fearful. It’s the same thing in life. We all have a choice Learn more…

Wisdom from a Daoist monk: Guest – Monk Yun Rou

Podcast: Download Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | More Have you ever stopped and asked yourself what your motivation is for doing certain things? If you do, you may be surprised at how “selfish” we are for helping people or doing things we considered benevolent and kind. We all do it Learn more…

Ditch your inner critic: Guest – Susan Peppercorn

As children we compare ourselves to our peers and often feel we are less than. When we become adults that sense of inferiority continues to plague us. When you recognize the difference between your ideal self and realistic self you will realize you aren’t as far off as you thought. Embrace all areas of your personality and it will help you focus on what is healthy in your life instead Learn more…

Whole Life Challenge:: Guest – Andy Petranek

Physical movement is one of the most proactive things we can do for ourselves. We treat ourselves to toys and clothes but often forget that the healthier you are the longer you can enjoy those gifts. Everyone has a different version of what movement means, but you have to learn to incorporate it in your life every day. Andy Petranek is the Co-founder and Chief Evangelist of the Whole Life Learn more…

Why am I so angry?

One of the main elements that set us apart from other living creatures is the complexity of our emotions. All emotions are essentially neutral in nature, but we decide if it’s considered a “good or bad” emotion. Experiencing an emotion is a human privilege, but our expression of that emotion is our responsibility. Anger is one of the five basic emotions we feel. Have you ever wondered why, at times, you feel such strong anger? There are certain payoffs we experience Learn more…

How to overcome adversity: Guest – Jessie Henderson

Podcast: Download Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | More Life happens to us all. What do you do when adversity strikes? There is an appropriate time to grieve and to process what you are experiencing. Your past experience is full of powerful data and life lessons that will help you overcome Learn more…

Effective Communication: Guest – Dr. Diane Hamilton

We all communicate, but are we effective when we interact with others? When there is a disconnect between two parties it means that someone misunderstood the other. In order to have effective communication it’s vital that each person always asks for clarification or to ask for more information. If you find that you are frustrated when you engage with someone you may not have enough information to make a healthy Learn more…

Celebrate or tolerate? Guest – Ken Foster

Ken Foster asks if you celebrate or tolerate your life. Often we forget that we have a choice. We think we have to spend time with certain people or try and get people to like us. You may be frustrated in your career or in relationships but the idea of change doesn’t cross your mind. Review all areas in your life. Are you fulfilled? Do you celebrate or tolerate people Learn more…

Self-Intelligence: Guest – Jane Ransom

Podcast: Download Subscribe to James Miller | Lifeology | Radio – Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | More Have you ever said, “there’s got to be more to life?” Or, “I’ve always done it this way?” If so, you may be experiencing medicorty in your life. Remember the goal in life is to work “smarter” not “harder.” As you grow Learn more…

Peace in the storm: Guest – Erik Newton

Life will always strike when we least expect it. What do you do? After the initial shock it’s important to focus on what you can control instead of what you cannot. If you take an emotional snapshot of your life and project it into your future your future will look pretty bleak. When have you felt this way before? What healthy things did you do to move beyond it? If Learn more…

Self-blackmail and the importance of vulnerability: Guest – Dr. Pat Williams

Self-blackmail holds you hostage. We are all familiar with movies which depict someone being blackmailed for an act they committed. We often don’t realize that we do the same thing to ourselves and hold so many secrets inside of us. The self-talk we create about any situation determines what we keep to ourselves based off of shame and guilt. When you self-blackmail you withhold peace, joy and happiness. Learning to Learn more…

Lifeology – Episode 151: The gift of goodbye

There will be times when someone will walk out of your life, sometimes it’s a friend or a significant other. When this happens it sometimes can be the best thing for you. If that person hadn’t walked out of your life, you never would have meet you new best friend, or you never would have met your amazing spouse. When there is no room in your life for new people (because Learn more…

L #87 – Comparing yourself to others

Comparing yourself to others is a setup for failure. You will always find yourself lacking because your life was specifically designed for you. Go to www.JamesMillerLifeology.com and you can take the courses I have created through my Lifeology Academy. Your life will be transformed.

Transformational change: Guest – Dr. David James

Psychologist and hypnotherapist Dr. David James gives insight into the power of your mind and gives you tools and techniques to transform your life. He reviews his book, “Discovering Your Magnificent Mind: Finding Freedom, Prosperity and Healing.”

L #19 – Decisions, Decisions

Sometimes we make snap decisions without slowing down. See the two steps for effective decision making. www.JamesMillerLifeology.com

BiOptimizers Nutrition – Supplements: Guest – Wade Lightheart

One of my favorite quotes is “Work smarter, not harder.” Unfortunately, we often don’t take advantage of things around us and create processes that work behind the scenes. When you focus on what you can put in place right now you won’t have to worry about it when you need it. One great turnkey process is adding daily supplements to your diet. What you put in place today gives you Learn more…

Setting healthy boundaries

We’ve all seen those medieval movies where the castle walls defend the townspeople from the invading army. The purpose of the castle walls is to keep the people safe. Many of us don’t realize that, just like those castle walls, setting healthy boundaries keep us safe. A boundary is the demonstration of how we protect ourselves when a situation causes us to feel in danger or disrespected. Boundaries can be set by voicing them Learn more…