What’s your Bill of Life?

Until you define the product of your time and energy, you will be forever chasing your dreams. Chasing dreams is like searching for the pot of gold at the end of a rainbow.  Chasing dreams is that sensation you have after a really good dream where you are connecting with another but upon waking are… Read More

Own Up To Yourself

We get wrapped up in how we think things ought to be.  Being wrapped around the axial of whatever is going on inside our heads prevents us from connecting with the reality of the situation unfolding around us. Our emotions flare. Things get thrown or doors get slammed.  In the worst cases we wind up hurting someone… Read More

Loosen Your Expectations

Things do not work out as we expect.  When setting up a surprise or gift for someone, their reactions and reception of our energies will be in line with their experience and not ours. Others simply do not think as we do. We all experience different universes. Over the holiday break I observed my daughter… Read More

How to Stay Calm in a sea of Troubles

I had a friend take me to lunch this week at work.  We continued a dialogue we started about how to stay relaxed and calm no matter what happens.  We talked about not being disturbed at work, but the principles were easily applied to daily living and the biz of you. Everyone is different.  There… Read More

Finding Our Inner Experience

People who learn to control inner experience will be able to determine the quality of their lives, which is as close as any of us an come to being happy.  Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Flow, The Psychology of Optimal Experience. Our inner experience has more to do with our success than anything else.  Our ability to control our… Read More

Why delay?

“Continuous improvement is better than delayed perfection.“ –Mark Twain If only some of our leaders could embrace this, our companies and social institutions would be better off.  I know countless examples of leaders, managers or peers who want to “get it right” or “make sure they’ve looked at the options.”  Wanting to make things better,… Read More