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Discover Motive For Life

Motive For Life offers a whole new way of being, one that is defined by your intentions. You can live in a world of intentional life experiences. Through the Power of Worthiness and dedicated routines of language conditioning, you can change your experience from a life of random and unpredictable events to intentional success. 

There Are No Mistakes

You are getting exactly what you think about - whether you want it or not.  The game is to control your thinking so you can get what you REALLY want!  Through Motive For Life's unique process of linking worthiness, language conditioning, and action, you will take control of your life in a whole new way.


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Jun 24, 2019

Your boundaries at work are continually moving, shaped by the people, environment, and your career.  Your self-worth comes through when you establish boundaries.  They are the indicator of your worthiness because they signal to others what behaviors you're willing to tolerate.  Robert and Devon discuss how to navigate...

Jun 16, 2019

Robert and Devon discuss the power of self-worth and how it controls every aspect of what you want and whether or not you keep what you attain.  Worthiness is the driver of success.  If you don't feel worthy of the results of success, you will never get there, and even worse, you will destroy the success...

Jun 11, 2019

Devon and Robert riff on our need to redefine our minds.  Self-worth is at the center of attainment, and unless you are actively redefining the language, images, and emotions in our brains, we struggle to get what we want.  Redefinition, or reframing our thinking, is the key to raising our worthiness. 

May 26, 2019

Letting go of what others think is hard.  In this episode, Robert and Devon press into the uncomfortable and try to break free of the internal dialog of criticism and regret.  When we let go of "what others think" we are free to fully express our true self and live in our true gifts. 

May 19, 2019

Dylan Hoffman, Adjunct Faculty of Jung Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, CA joins Robert Christiansen and Devon Wayt in a great interview about Jungian theories and how they give us guidance in our lives.   

"Nothing is random or meaningless in Jung's world." - Dylan Hoffman.

Dylan is adjunct...