Will I Die Today?

Recently, I went with my family to the world premiere of the Jane Goodall documentary, at the Hollywood Bowl, accompanied by the Los […]

Family & Parenting

Anger Has Its Partners in Crime

When was the last time you got really angry? Take a moment to think about what happened. Remember the events and circumstances that […]

Life Design

Emotions in the Workplace

As a follow-up to my recent post, How to Respond When Children Get Emotional. I think it is important to discuss emotions as […]


How to Respond When Children Get Emotional

Many parents must face the challenge of learning how to respond when their children show emotions, especially “negative” ones like fear, anger, anxiety, […]


An Interview with a Coaching Pioneer

Gonan Premfors is the co-founder and director of Gozamm in Los Angeles and the founder of The Coaches Training Institute in Dubai (the […]


Consequence is the New Punishment

Many parents use consequence as a parenting tool for fixing bad behavior. But in reality, they are misusing the term, as they are […]


Power to the People Big and Small

In shows like the reality show Supernanny, children are regularly sent to time-out or the naughty corner. I know this is a discipline […]


The Outcome of Parentology Live Online – A Global Experiment

On May 3rd, we concluded two pilots of our borderless Live Online program. Although we didn’t nail everything, we are proud to announce […]


The Coolest Office Spot Ever — NeueHouse Hollywood

A couple of months ago, our friend Iyad told us about this new collaborative workspace in Hollywood. We decided to check it out […]


My Love/Hate Relationship with Fitness – Finding My Own Way

I have always loved staying fit. My health, including mind body and spirit, has always been very important to me. I have been […]


Teenage Parent Payback – Instagram Revenge

For years I have delighted in embarrassing my daughter in every (harmless) way I could. From locking out the teacher and encouraging her […]


Respect – How it Will Shape Who Your Child Becomes as an Adult

If you ever find yourself wondering why your child exhibits sneaky, shy, or sometimes disrespectful behavior, you don’t have to look far (for […]