Your Best Life Now

Your Best Life Now

Bio

I'm an Author... Leadership Coach... Counsel to Non-Profits, Faith-based Organizations and Congregations... Adjunct Professor of Communication at the University of Kentucky... Spiritual Teacher... Inspirational and Motivational Speaker.

But not always in this order.

On the university campus, I teach students the Art of Communication. In my public talks, however, I teach leaders the Art of Leading; I teach everyone the Art of Living...so that... when you come to the end...

and, you will come to the end...

You're able to look back on life feeling... Fulfilled... Accomplished... Content, Peaceful, and Happy, too...

Knowing your brief but important journey has made this world a more... Conscious... Compassionate, and... Charitable place.

What could possibly be more important than this?

What to Do When a Pet Dies

posted by smcswain

When a beloved pet dies, what do you do? Last Wednesday, we said “Good-bye” to our beloved Oscar, a mini-Dachshund, who brought to Pam and me more joy, laughter, and companionship than I can describe here. I have never cried […]

Jesus and the Buddha

posted by smcswain

Jesus said, “Deny thyself” (Luke 9:23). The Buddha spoke of “Non-self” or “No self.” Both Christians and Buddhists frequently misunderstand what these teachers meant. What Christians Have Been Taught Christians, for example, mistakenly think Jesus was suggesting his followers had […]

The Three Biggest Questions of Your Life

posted by smcswain

What are the “3″ biggest questions of your life? 1. Who am I? 2. What Is My Life Purpose? 3. What is My Life Plan? I’ve been thinking about these three questions a great deal lately. I’m giving the keynote […]

Walk with God…Mindfulness in Action

posted by smcswain

To walk with God is the goal of human life. What this means to Christians is not so different than what “mindfulness” means to practitioners of eastern traditions. Many of you know I wrote a book about walking with God. […]

Faith…It’s Hard and Difficult and Not for the Faint-of-Heart

posted by smcswain

Faith is hard work. Hard won, too. “Just believe!” say some. After all, didn’t Jesus say, “Become as a little child?” (Matt. 18:3). If, by faith, you are talking about – and, many Christians are – subscribing to a neatly […]

Because I’m Happy…Clap Along If You Feel Like…

posted by smcswain

“Because I’m happy…clap along…” Pharrel Williams sings it. “Because I’m happy…clap along…” Miss America sings it. “Because I’m happy…clap along…” We all sing it. Frankly, I’ve heard the popular song so much on the radio and television, I’m ready for […]

Today’s Religious Rant…from a Professional Ranter

posted by smcswain

TODAY’s RELIGIOUS RANT Some very conservative Christian friends of mine (and they seem to be growing fewer and fewer in number these days, which saddens me) are so very offended by me and, very often, justifiably so. I can be […]

Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality without Religion – What I’ve Learned about Spirituality

posted by smcswain

Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality without Religion. That’s the title to Sam Harris’ new book. Now, this should be interesting. For those curious, as I am, about spirituality but who have abandoned organized religion (and, according to the 2012 Pew […]

Previous Posts

What to Do When a Pet Dies
When a beloved pet dies, what do you do? Last Wednesday, we said "Good-bye" to our beloved Oscar, a mini-Dachshund, who brought to Pam and me more joy, laughter, and companionship than I can desc

posted 4:34:47pm Oct. 22, 2014 | read full post »

Jesus and the Buddha
Jesus said, "Deny thyself" (Luke 9:23). The Buddha spoke of "Non-self" or "No self." Both Christians and Buddhists frequently misunderstand what these teachers meant. [caption id="attachment_1146" align="alignright" width="199"] Jesus and the Buddha (Photo Used by Permission www.MichelleMcSwain

posted 8:49:59am Oct. 05, 2014 | read full post »

The Three Biggest Questions of Your Life
What are the “3″ biggest questions of your life? 1. Who am I? 2. What Is My Life Purpose? 3. What is My Life Plan? I’ve been thinking about these three questions a great deal lately. I’m giving the keynote week after next at the Indiana Aviation Association’s annual conference at the B

posted 4:53:08pm Oct. 03, 2014 | read full post »

Walk with God...Mindfulness in Action
To walk with God is the goal of human life. What this means to Christians is not so different than what "mindfulness" means to practitioners of eastern traditions. Many of you know I wrote a book about walking with God. It is entitled The Enoch Factor: The Sacred Art of Knowing God. It's all abou

posted 10:09:50am Sep. 30, 2014 | read full post »

Faith...It's Hard and Difficult and Not for the Faint-of-Heart
Faith is hard work. Hard won, too. "Just believe!" say some. After all, didn't Jesus say, "Become as a little child?" (Matt. 18:3). If, by faith, you are talking about - and, many Christians are - subscribing to a neatly packaged box of propositional statements, then yes, of course, faith is n

posted 10:23:17am Sep. 23, 2014 | read full post »


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