In emergency management, the first few minutes of a situation can determine how the rest of the event will unfold. You can apply that same philosophy to the start of any new year. We tend to look at opening a new calendar as a symbol for taking a fresh start or a reset to get… Read More
Key Step 1 Invest in yourself. When you do you are investing in your future. Start putting yourself first because without you nothing else matters and YOU MATTER. Key Step 2 Unplug and get grounded. What I mean by this is that you should daily find yourself unplugged from any distractions (social media, cell phone,… Read More
My Future Christmas Letter Exercise Imagine not only your “best year yet”, but a year that was the “most enjoyable”. At this time of year, we usually get Christmas cards from family and friends. Some of these cards contain letters that describe all the events and highlights of that person’s family that happened over the… Read More
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?
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
Recently I was at my monthly Library Club meeting. Before I carry on with the muse had to say, I want to clarify that this Library Club does not take place in an actual library but in a pub.
You have been there many times. You get to the end of the month and suddenly you find an abundance of cash still in your bank account. You wish! Don’t you just hate that?
Recently I attended a live stage production of “Miracle on 34th Street at our local theatre. If you haven’t seen it or even know about it, it is one of those feel-good movies that is one of my favorites at this time of year. The plot is simple, an elderly gentleman who goes by the… Read More
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
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