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Leadership for Everyone

By Shawn McAndrew Lately I’ve been thinking about leadership. What is it? Is it for everyone? Can anyone be a leader, or is leadership only for “chosen” ones? Years ago, I used to attend the [...]

Parenting: All Reactivity is Information

Part Two of our parenting series: All reactivity is information. By Julie Daley NEVER WASTE AN ACTIVATED PATTERN! You know the scene… You’re in the middle of a challenging relationship moment. A [...]

Being a Volunteer (and Why It’s Important)

By Shawn McAndrew Recently, I had a conversation with someone whose family has experienced several losses in the past few months, as well as medical challenges. The amount of grief and actual [...]

Finding Your Passion & Purpose

How do you go about finding your passion? What can you do to further your purpose in life? Discovering the answers may not be as difficult as you think. Now is a good a time to focus on what you [...]

What’s Your Parenting Story?

By Julie Daley What’s Your Parenting Story? Parenting can be a highly charged topic for most people, even for those of us who’ve graduated from the Process. After doing the Process, we are [...]

What is Forgiveness?

By Paula Jones Forgiveness is one of the most powerful practices we can embrace in order to live with an open and loving heart. Forgiveness is an often-misunderstood concept and, as a result, can [...]

Dirty Dishes

“Grief expressed out loud, whether in or out of character, unchoreographed and honest, for someone we have lost, or a country or home we have lost, is in itself the greatest praise we could ever [...]

Emotional Freedom

By Shawn McAndrew The first step to emotional freedom is awareness. Without awareness, emotional freedom is just a dream floating on the horizon. But, let me back up a minute – what is emotional [...]

My Journey from Head to Heart

By Keri Clarke I walked into the room, suddenly feeling self-conscious and very out of my comfort zone. Since I hadn’t been told anything about what I was about to experience, I had no idea what [...]

Parenting Yourself

– Taking responsibility for your life By Shawn McAndrew Why do people come to the Process? There are as many reasons for this as there are participants. But one thing is certain: along the way in [...]

What Our World Needs Now

By Julie Daley “Have compassion for everyone you meet even if they don’t want it. What seems conceit, bad manners, or cynicism is always a sign of things no ears have heard, no eyes have seen. [...]

Resilience & Inspiration

Where do you find inspiration? Where do you find the willingness to face life’s challenges and the drive to overcome them? Whatever gets you through the day, there may be an underlying dose of [...]

Gotta Have Faith

“Let your faith be bigger than your fear.” By Shawn McAndrew I keep seeing this quote on social media. It seems simple enough. But, when we are facing our fears, they can become overwhelming and [...]

Mamma Mia

By Freddie Camozzi When I was 12, my parents announced to my three older siblings and me that they were getting a divorce. My parents had tried reconciling in the past, but with one parent a [...]

Courage Journey

By Shawn McAndrew Above all else, working at the Hoffman Institute means that we get to see courage. From the moment someone hears about the Hoffman Process, the journey to a better life is [...]

Revealing Authenticity

By Julie Daley “Authenticity means erasing the gap between what you firmly believe inside and what you reveal to the outside world.” – Adam Grant As graduates of the Hoffman Process, we’ve come [...]

Trauma, and How It Drives Our Lives

By Shawn McAndrew (If you are unable to see the full article below, please click here.) As we go through life, we most likely experience various incidences of trauma. They can be as minor as [...]

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