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The Bug In Our Brain


The new book from Robert Christiansen, The Bug in Our Brain is a unique and fresh take on the relationship between self-worth and success. Filled with personal stories, examples, and exercises to clear the obstacles in life, The Bug in Our Brain is the definitive text and core teachings of the Motive For Life program.


The desire to meditate is strong in a lot of people but many are reluctant to ask for help. We often feel meditation is reserved for those who are more spiritually connected or have sat with a guru. Taken from his new book, The Bug in Our Brain, Robert Christiansen presents basic, simple to understand tips and techniques to begin your meditation practice so you can experience peace and elevate your worthiness. We hope you find it as beneficial as we do.


The Gift is the primary exercise from The Bug in Our Brain and designed to lift anyone’s self-worth. Key to the Motive For Life program, The Gift is a 90-day exercise routine that builds the foundation of self-worth in primary areas of your life including money, relationships, decision making, spirituality, business, and physical well-being.

How To Nail Your Next Interview
August 3, 2020

How To Nail Your Next Interview

Robert and Devon both interviewed candidates – Devon hired and Robert did not.  In this podcast, they both discuss what was important to them and why it matters to show up prepared for the interview.  To nail your next interview, you need to… Know what you want Prepare and do research on the company, job, and interviewer Be authentic and transparent Must have positive energy Know something about the position Have a list of qualifying questions Ask difficult questions about your status in the interview Smile

Why You Need a Coach
July 29, 2020

Why You Need a Coach

In the special podcast from Mammoth Lakes, CA, Robert recounts a fly fishing guide lesson that changed his life. The importance of finding, and paying for a professional guide was critical to his success – and it is to yours too! Hiring the right coach Paying top dollar for a seasoned coach Showing up and learning Be open to new ideas