Quarantine is Not What Happens to You!

Stress is compounded in people when they do not recognize that a stressor is affecting them. It is also a problem when they recognize they are stressed, and they will not let it go. It is not what happens to … Continue reading

Are You Doomed by Your Personal Kobayashi Maru Scenario?

skeeze / Pixabay The Kobayashi Maru was an unwinnable scenario that all Starfleet captains had to take as part of their training. Starfleet wanted to see how their leaders reacted to defeat and death. James T. Kirk was not your … Continue reading

The Health U-Turn Most Taken

How many times have you decided to improve your health? You started eating better, buying healthier foods, exercising more, and even stressing less. You were unable to maintain that path very long. You made an unintended U-Turn on your health … Continue reading

Can You Handle the Truth?

I listened to a keynote speaker last night talking about a Code Red. It was referenced in the 1992 movie, A Few Good Men. The character, Colonel Nathan Jessup was played by Jack Nicholson. When asked if he ordered a … Continue reading

Our Final Frontier

I read an interesting blog the other day. One of the goals for this blog writer was to never get admitted to a hospital. I laughed at first and thought about it for the rest of the day. I agree … Continue reading

What is Constraining Your Health?

    Yesterday, I attended a seminar that included the topic of Theory of Constraints. I read Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt’s book, Theory of Constraints in the mid-80’s. It still is a good read. What impressed me most at this seminar … Continue reading

Prosperity and Patience

January 30, 2010 Most of us have heard the phrase, ‘All good things come to he who waits.’ Does that include prosperity? Is prosperity a good thing? I like to think prosperity is a good thing. What is the definition … Continue reading