Worried About Your Survival?

  So many of us spend a significant amount of our time, thinking about our safety, worried about our job, our money, our health, our relationships, our friends, our enemies, and what they may or may not be thinking about us. We willing give the potential and power of our mind to these primary thoughts Read More

7 Ways The World Is At Your Fingertips. Now What?

  It’s 2015 and we are only fourteen years into the 21st Century. We are alive and well in a new era that brings with it so much opportunity. We are all pioneers at the forefront of a technological frontier and the possibilities are endless. Yet, so many of us are stuck, in this new era, living Read More

7 Weeds That Are Strangling Your Seed of Greatness

  We all have a seed of greatness; we’re born with it. Every human being that lives and breathes on this planet has a gift or talent to provide the rest of the world. The full expression of that gift is what causes us to relate to them as great! Michael Jordan reached greatness! Mother Teresa 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

5 Reasons Critical Thinkers Are Becoming Extinct

  Our culture today seems to push against the very existence and need for the competence of critical thinking. In 2014, we are so used to being told where to focus and what to focus our attention on, that many of us give thought only to the things we can immediately see and/or hear. The Read More

Top 10 Observations of 2013

  1. Cancer Deaths Decline I believe I can boldly state that anyone who reads these words has lost someone to the devastating disease of cancer. That is why I’m starting with this topic for my list of 2013 observations. In a recent report, Dr. Otis Brawley, chief medical officer for the American Cancer Society, Read More

What Did You Get? – (A day after Christmas Poem)

  Many of us celebrated Christmas yesterday and followed the tradition of giving and receiving gifts.  If you live in the United States, even if you don’t celebrate Christmas you’ll typically end up with a gift bag to dig in or box to unwrap, from a family member, colleague or friend. This Christmas, some of Read More

What side of change are you on?

  Change is constant… For some of us…change is good! For others…it’s become the necessary evil we endure. Either we adapt or we agonize… Change comes…and then goes…opening the door for new change! So the question becomes…on which side of change are you? Here are a few examples of change we’ve all experienced or are Read More

35 Years of Subtle Change – A Birthday Thought

Today makes 35 years I’ve been blessed with the gift of life.  Just based on the reactions I receive when I tell people how old I will be, I’m guessing that 35 is seen as some sort of milestone in aging.  I think the best quip I’ve been hit with over the weekend in regards Read More