Little known ways to overcome the fear of the unknown

  Death, childbirth and public speaking scare us because we simply don’t know. We don’t know because we have not done them before. Ask any woman if their second delivery was not easier than their first. Ask public speakers if their second appearance was not...

How to say what needs to be said

  I often hear about how difficult it is for people to say what they have to say when they imagine it’s going to be difficult for the other person to hear. First of all, how do we know what’s difficult for someone to hear? Second of all, how do we imagine having...

There is an art to failing

  Having coached hundreds of people in the becurrent methodology, I’ve had the rare privilege to look under the hood of many lives: people’s earnest dreams, their hopes, fears, doubts, struggles, celebrations and failings – are all always on display. What...

Your procrastination has a purpose

  A few weeks ago, I was working with Martin a very successful entrepreneur based in London. We’d set up becurrent for him and his team a few months prior and things were progressing swimmingly. He’d hired us to do a weekly check-in and we were on our 6th or 7th...

The secret to your next victory

  If you play a sport that requires a certain precision in the mechanics of your body – while playing it – you know about the concept that even the best players have to deconstruct their stance, their grip, their posture if they want to move up to the...