ST. PETERSBURG — Evan Longoria has had the journal in his locker for years, using it for typically no more than scribbling fantasy football tips.
But this spring, at the instruction of Howard Falco, the “peak performance coach” the Rays brought into camp, Longoria grabbed a pen and got busy…Read More
Like many who hold the values of unity and equality among all races and genders, common decency in how we treat one another, optimism about a good and kind world, an open mind on economic policy and development, environmental responsibility and awareness, faith and love over fear and division as a guiding principle, and the progressive forward nature of life, I am personally dealing with coming to terms with the contrary demonstrated character and ideals that have been represented to this point by the president elect.
However, I have learned that at the core life is always supporting our survival on a larger scale by allowing our collective choices and consequences to work to raise our awareness. As awareness expands,Read More
What makes a champion? Is it heart, talent, preparation or a combination of all of these? Why do some break through to astonishing levels of athletic success and performance while others seem to have to fight to just get a glimpse of it?Read More
It may be time for our idea of time to change. Time is our most precious resource, yet each year, we seem to have less and less of it as our lives get busier and busier. Every day, we have a new set of tasks to complete and there are now so many distractions, and there is so much information coming at us on a daily basis, it’s no wonder we have lost that precious state of just enjoying the moment. A whole world of people now have their heads buried in their cell phones for most of the waking day and more than they’d like to admit during the wake-filled night. We have become digital information junkies. The result is a stressed-out, energy-drained state of mind, body and spirit. As a result, we have lost a big sense of peace and contentment with ourselves and the world around us. What if you looked at time not from the perspective of time being limited but rather from the perspective of time being unlimited? What if you came to realize that your experience of time and how things all come together for you are actually rooted in how you interpret yourself and the world? READ MORE – http://www.huffingtonpost.com/howard-falco/how-to-master-time-5-steps-to-living-a-timeless-and-powerfully-creative-life_b_5193586.html?utm_hp_ref=third-metric...Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Publicity Contact: Keely Bomee Platte May 1, 2014 A Conversation With Howard Falco Author ofTIME IN A BOTTLE: Mastering the Experience of Life 1. In Time in a Bottle you frequently refer to the state or power of I AM. What does “I AM” mean within the context of this new book? Is reading your first book I AM: The Power of Discovering Who You Really Are a requisite for fully understanding Time in a Bottle? Reading my first book I AM is not a requisite for reading Time in a Bottle. They both support and complement each other. While I AM focuses on radical self-awareness, Time in a Bottle is about the process of personal creation.What the power of I AM refers to in the context of the new book is the power within you to determine who you are and then to connect this understanding with how much of an impact it has on your experience of “Time.” 2. What is your primary goal with this book – what do you hope readers take away from it? What I hope readers take away is how much they are in control over the experience of their life. I hope they realize that they hold the true power within them to create both the experience that they have each day and the time it takes to realize their deepest dreams and desires. I hope they come to embrace how limitless they truly are. 3. You provide private coaching for individuals, athletes and teens. How do you feel your advice in Time in a Bottle can be best applied to these separate categories of people? Every experience we want to create starts with an intention. The time it takes to manifest that intention is determined by both the belief system of the individual and the awareness of the individual. Time in a Bottle is deeply committed to helping the reader align both of these critical factors together so they can achieve what they want faster and with less suffering, confusion and potential roadblocks along the way. It is about seeing and believing in more of what is possible for them each day. 4. You encourage us to adjust and broaden our perspective of time in order to “collapse” it so that we may actualize our goals faster than before – to essentially cut a more direct path from point A to point B. How do you define “time”? I see time as the gap between thought and realization, the space between intention and experience, the movement between the experience of creating the dream and the actual realization of the dream. I see time as the journey of never-ending awareness. 5. Oftentimes when met with an obstacle or challenge in life (missing a flight, spilling your coffee, ending a relationship, etc.), people say, “It happened for a reason,” – believing that whatever is meant to happen will happen. What is your reaction to this phrase and do you encourage this belief? I believe that everything that happens in the entire universe is for a specific purpose. There is nothing random as it relates to you the observer. It’s all about raising your awareness in a direct working relationship with your bigger questions, dreams, desires, and intentions. The reason I encourage looking at the world from this perspective is that it reduces resistance, denial and time, and allows the reader to...Read More