Your Answers to Everyday Questions Have Meaning and Power Than You Might Think

I was at a networking event tonight, and the topic of how we answer questions came into discussion. I opined that we often chose to answer questions – like, “How are you?” without thinking. Some say – Good. Others have … Continue reading

Pandemic Preparation, Prevention, & Panic

South Korea and the United States reported its first case of COVID-19 on the same day. South Korea went into a massive testing program to identify the infected and to segregate and treat them. The United States has no effective … Continue reading

Grateful or Thankful?

We tend to use the words ‘grateful’ and ‘thankful’ the same. We are thankful for this thing. We are also grateful for this thing. What is the real difference? Can we be both thankful and grateful at the same time? … Continue reading

Ten Ways to Master Health

The Navy Seals are masters of their trade. Is there any reason why we should not be masters of our trade of healthy living? There are many sayings and mottos of the Navy Seals. I have chosen ten that I … Continue reading

Achieving versus Failing

I was searching for a book tonight and found one I had not read in a while. It is Eliyahu Goldratt’s, The Goal. It’s a great novel about setting goals and the theory of constraints. The same problems brought out … Continue reading

Prosperity is Like a Rubik’s Cube

Rubik’s Cube will celebrate its 38th anniversary this year.  There are a lot of toys that stay around for years and years – new generations of kids buy the ‘gold standards’ of toys – those that work and bring enjoyment … Continue reading

Fear – Perception or Real?

In Shakespeare’s play, King Lear (4.1.32), The worst is not, so long as we can say, “This is the worst.”  How many times have you heard someone say that it can’t get any worse than this?  I know that I’ve … Continue reading

Our Bottom Line for Personal Improvement is Action

The bottom line of businesses is to make a profit.  Businesses want to increase their bottom line each year.  They want to be able to take advantage of opportunities when they occur.  How does that apply to you personally?  I believe each … Continue reading

Are You Immune From Improving Your Life?

In the book, Alice in Wonderland, Alice is told that if you don’t know where you are going, any road will do.  That seems to be the norm for most of us.  We don’t have goals, therefore, any road will … Continue reading

Easy to Do Can Lead to Failure

Jim Rohn is credited with saying, “Things that are easy to do are also easy not to do.” He said that the difference between doing and not doing is action. 2017 is almost over. At the end of 2016, how … Continue reading