Thinking about making a Resolution? – read this first

Yes, it is that time of year again. When most, and I know you are not most because you are reading this (thank you for that BTW), are reassessing themselves over the things that they have not done over the last year. What is a Resolution?

What would be the Greatest Gift to give Yourself?

Could you imagine that before May 6th, 1954, no other athlete in the world had ever run a mile under four minutes? No one. No one that is until Roger Bannister. On May 6th, 1954, the record was finally broken. The running time for his mile was 3 minutes and 59.4 seconds! If your thinking… Read More

And Up the Ladder the Ego Goes

Last week’s article referred to the Ladder and how we make decisions. This article would then make this part two of the Ladder series. Click this link to read “In Search for Poop.” Part one. The Ladder is a way of describing how we make decisions, process information, and develop conclusions about ourselves, others, and… Read More

In Search for Poop

The door was left open…shit! (Alright, that was not exactly what I said. I said, “Oh look, someone must have left the door open. Since I am the only one here, I guess it was me. I better close it now and go back to work.” NOT! I panicked! While I didn’t become frantic, (okay… Read More

If there was one thing to remember today – this is IT!

My inspiration comes from many directions and at various times. Many of those times are just not so darn convenient ! Like driving in the car and suddenly these great earth shattering blog posts ideas come in and I go, “NO…not now, I’m driving!”

Is this Bull Sh$t or What?

You have probably read so many of these type memes on your favorite social media site. They are very clever sayings to get you motivated to possibly change something in your life. They make us feel good and by the number of likes and shares these quotes get, we love to feel good!

What’s Wrong with David? Four Possible Steps to Help

David shuffled around in an non-purposefulness manner. Going from task to task, head down and shoulders slumped over. He acted a lot slower than normal, didn’t smile as much today and was certainly not engaged in his work. “Hey, David how’s it going?” “Crappy,” he said a low tone of voice. “I have a hangover.”

Taking my biggest step – Forgiveness

There is no doubt if you spend enough time on this earth that people will eventually do things to you that will not support your well-being, aliveness or even satisfaction in living. These things could be just a single event or a series of incidents over a period of time. The result and experience is… Read More