Your Mind – Your Battlefield

  Most of us will never encounter an actual battlefield. That’s a good thing. However, if you were told that you would have to go to battle, after you recuperate from your anxiety attack about that, I’m guessing you’d want to go prepared. Right? If you could choose your weapons for battle, I’d bet you would Read More

My Top 10 Observations of 2014

  1. The Rise of the Smart Watch When I was child, I loved sifting through the Sunday newspaper. I wasn’t really concerned with the news, but rather the comic strips buried in the middle of all the sales ads, included with the Sunday paper. One of my favorite comic strips was Dick Tracy. Dick Read More

5 Tips For Achieving Your Resolutions in 2015

  2015 is right around the corner. Come next month we’ll be 14 years into the 21st century. So what have you decided to create in 2015? This is an important question because each new year presents a clean slate on which we can build the beginnings of a new future. This is what makes Read More

Magic Johnson – Overcoming Adversity

  Ever notice how adversity has a way of bringing out the absolute best or worst in a person? There must be something almost magical about adversity’s squeeze that produces who we are as a person from the very core of our essence. If adversity squeezed you, what would be produced? Perfection isn’t on the Read More

Is Your Check Engine Light On?

  Most of us own a car. Most of us are also guilty of sometimes ignoring the needs of our vehicle, hoping that the car can make it just one more week. It’s normal. After all we depend on our automobile as a mode of transportation to get us from point A to point B. Read More

Simple Little Lessons, Gigantic Results

  As children, most of our parents taught us a series of simple lessons. These lessons were things like: Clean your ears. Use soap to wash under your arms. Brush your teeth after a meal. Scrub behind your ears. Clean between your toes. That’s just a few. As mature adults, we assume that other adults Read More

Two Day VOTING Challenge!

  This week, I would like to present a challenge. It is my ultimate desire that we not only perform and complete this challenge, but that it becomes the impetus for a habitual change in behavior in the future. In the United States, the 2014 elections take place in a couple of days.  Many Americans Read More

Too busy to be successful?

  Over the past few months I’ve come across a number of articles outlining the financial plight of most Americans. Each time I complete these articles, I become a bit more concerned about our financial wellbeing as a nation. Here’s a brief synopsis of what I’ve read: 43% of Americans don’t have $10,000 in a Read More

7 Reasons You’re Always Exhausted

  Recently, I read an article sharing data that most adult Americans live in a constant state of exhaustion. Lack of sleep was the number one culprit. Yet, even adults who averaged seven to eight hours of sleep every night still claimed to feel tired and/or lack energy. In the past, I’ve read studies like this Read More

Lions, Tigers and Ebola…Oh My!

  It’s almost impossible to read the paper, look at the news or scroll through a newsfeed with seeing something about the spreading Ebola epidemic. It’s also fascinating to watch the way the media chooses to cover the stories we hear surrounding this virus! Since I’ve encountered the first bit of information about the unfortunate Read More