Do You Eat Because You Are Hungry or by Habit?

Most of us eat by habit. We eat when we arise from sleep. We eat because it is noontime. We eat because we got home from work. We programmed ourselves to eat at specific times of our lives. Nutritional experts … Continue reading

The Secret to being Happy During the COVID-19 Pandemic

I remember reading a story about the Danes being the happiest people on earth. They are active people, generally married, and healthier than their neighbors. They live their lives in the present tense – today. The Danes’ expectations of the … Continue reading

Wants vs Needs – Which Is Obtainable?

The British rock band, The Rolling Stones, had a great song, “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” on their 1969 album, Let It Bleed. It was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. The lyrics (paraphrased) tell us that … 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

How to Raise your Happiness

I remember reading a story about the Danes being the happiest people on earth.  They are active people, generally married and healthier than their neighbors.  They live their lives in the present tense – today.  But, their expectations of the future … Continue reading

The Double-Edge Sword of Your Future Part 1 of 3

Our subconscious mind is the most powerful weapon you have in your arsenal to succeed or fail in life.  It is a true double-edged sword.  A single-edged sword is generally used for slashing and cutting – there is only one … Continue reading

Is Your Personal Equation Balanced?

We all know that one plus one equals two. The equation is balanced – balanced on both side of the equals sign. How does that apply to our lives? My analogy will address your health, but it could be used … Continue reading

How Can Attitude Change Your Reality?

The economy cycles over the years. It can put many people out of work, or worried about being out of work. Our reality is impacted by financial lending restrictions, diminished savings, unexpected repair or medical bills, and other personal factors. … Continue reading