Adding One Letter to a Form Changed My Career

June 10, 1969, I entered Aviation Officer Candidate School in Pensacola, Florida. The Vietnam War was at full tilt. Exemptions from the draft were abolished. The best and the brightest were subject to becoming members of the military. Did you … Continue reading

Confusion Reigns

I wonder who is deciding what numbers to report daily. We see that the number of people dying of seasonal influenza is lower than expected. We see that the number of COVID-19 deaths is increasing. Yet, there is a distinction … Continue reading

Quality Sleep is Critical for Great Health

    Most people who are sleep deprived rely on the snooze button.  They must have an alarm to wake up each day.  They have a hard time getting out of bed each day.  They think they need a nap … Continue reading

Incremental Time Management Might be for You

I was toying with the idea of transferring some of the principles from Jeff Olson’s 2005 book, The Slight Edge, Secrets to a Successful Life, into ‘incremental time management.’ Why incremental time management?  If we can do something incrementally, a little … Continue reading

Complacency, Procrastination or Indecisiveness Ruling Your Life?

Three terms seem closely related – Complacency, Procrastination, and Indecisiveness. Complacency is a feeling of contentment. We live in our comfort zones – safe, secure and content in what we are. Complacency can interfere with actions that we need to … Continue reading