Five Leadership Lessons I Learned Walking the Camino de Santiago

My wife and I walked the Camino de Santiago five years ago. In late August of 2016, we walked 500 miles in 30 days across Spain. While walking, I had hours daily to think about a myriad of subjects. I … Continue reading

How to Survive Until the World Returns to Normalcy

Pandemic is a word we did not use a year ago. The China Flu became known as COVID-19. Nearly everything we used to do changed – face masks, social distancing, and more. Some businesses failed and others flourished. Many people … Continue reading

Walking The Camino de Santiago – The Inspiration and Planning

Five years ago, this week, my wife and I began walking in preparation to walk the Camino de Santiago. Most people consider the Camino de Santiago a pilgrimage. It was a part pilgrimage of sorts, but more of a journey … 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

One Toe Over Your Comfort Zone

  Comfort zones was a topic of discussion recently. What is my comfort zone and how can I step over the edge?  Maybe it can be better phrased – what am I afraid to do by myself?  What do I … Continue reading

Supercharge Your Personal Productivity

Number One – Plan in advance.  Have tomorrow’s plan tonight before you go to bed.  Write your ‘must do’ projects that can be accomplished tomorrow.  These do not have to be completed projects, but something that you know if you dedicated … 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

Five Dictates to Master Health

I posted a saying the other day on Facebook. It said, just because it offends you doesn’t make you right. We tend to remember only what we have seen and learned from our birth. We don’t learn from history anymore. … Continue reading

Is Your Health Plan Naked & Afraid?

I read various articles confusing the terms healthcare and health plan. I consider healthcare those things we do daily to support our health. It is our lifestyle – eating, exercising, stress relief, etc. Health planning is different. It is the … Continue reading

Strategic Planning for Your Health

Many organizations have strategies for marketing, finances, sales, operations, etc. They know what they want, and they plan to achieve it. They set milestones and check progress regularly to determine that they are still on course. Why shouldn’t each of … Continue reading