Improving lives with Mindfulness, Psychotherapy & Neurofeedback

Charlie White and Meryl Davis Didn’t Do It Alone

Posted on April 14, 2014

This is the 4th installment in the Unlock Your Potential series.  The first step was to improve your self-care and stress management.  The second was to define what success looks like to you and to set your goals.  The third was to identify the blocks that get in your way of success.  This fourth step(read more)

The Power of Intention: 5 Steps to Make It Work for You

Posted on March 31, 2014

How often do you think about accomplishing a goal in your life or business and feel frustrated that you never seem achieve it? Have you ever set out to do a project or chore and realized later that you never got it done? Do you wish you could eat healthier, exercise more, save for a(read more)

What’s In Your Way Of Success?

Posted on March 17, 2014

What gets in your way of success?  In part 2 of this Unlocking Your Potential series we explored how you define success.  Now that you are clear on what success looks like for you, the next step is to examine what gets in the way of creating and attracting the success you desire. The 3(read more)

How Will You Recognize Success?

Posted on March 3, 2014

How will you know if you have succeeded?  If you don’t know what constitutes success for yourself how will you know you’ve achieved it?  A basic step in unlocking your potential is to think about how you define success.  This serves two purposes.  First, it helps you understand what is most important to you in(read more)

Unlocking Your Potential Series: How to Begin

Posted on February 17, 2014

This is the first article in a series that will guide you through a proven process to unlock your potential in your life and your work.  We all want to feel successful and satisfied with life.  Most of us are doing our best to thrive at work or build a successful business and many are(read more)

5 Things Good Parents Avoid

Posted on February 3, 2014

As a parent we are faced with many situations that require us to make good decisions about what our kids need from us.  Here are 5 important things that good parents avoid. 1.  Power Struggles.  Some kids are masters at pulling their parents into power struggles.  What is a power struggle?  That is when you(read more)

ADHD: 6 Strategies to Sleep Better Tonight

Posted on January 20, 2014

It is common for people with ADHD to have trouble sleeping.  In my book ADHD and Sleep: Kids and Adults Sleep Better Tonight! I show you how to get to sleep and then how to get out of bed in the morning.  Here are 6 strategies to help you or your child get to sleep(read more)