The enemy, your competition, the status quo, is counting on the fact that you won’t commit to do what it takes to get what you want. Will You?
“Hey, Dad. You’re invading my dreams again.”
“It’s Father’s Day. Wanted to stop by and share best wishes.”
John Teachout tuned our family piano when I was a kid. He was blinded in World War II but had clearer vision then many sighted people. He taught me a life lesson I remember to this day.
If you want to hear God’s laughter. Tell him your plans. We exist in a paradox, on a roller coaster in darkness, where sometimes all we can do is hold on and enjoy the ride.
Transformation never happens in a comfort zone. It’s seeds are planted in darkness, breaking through the the crust of self-imposed limitation when convention says it will never bloom.
The moms who bore us gave us life. That alone is worth celebrating today. The moms we choose help build the person we become. Our biological moms all have strengths and weaknesses. They will screw us up. That’s a given. We don’t come with manuals and even the most experienced…
Social Media is an inescapable culture that permeates every aspect of our lives. Trouble begins when we forget the rules of human engagement. Here are three common mistakes we’ve all made on-line and how to avoid them.
Like two sides of the karma coin, resistance is both an enemy and an ally. Some days, the negative side of the resistance coin rules.
I’ve been thinking a lot about the James Lane Allen chestnut, “Adversity does not build character, it reveals it.” The frightening events unfolding in Ukraine cast character in stark relief. Here are some take-aways.
One of life’s ironies is how failure is a requirement for success, suffering can amplify empathy and the view from the summit is more meaningful when you’ve known the darkness of the valley.