You Are What You Were When Does Not Have to Be True Today

As a Naval Aviator, I was first introduced to the world of ‘psychological profiling’ by Captain Frank Dully, a U.S. Naval Flight Surgeon (https://www.usni.org/people/frank-e-dully-jr). The video I remember distinctly was called ‘Sex and the Naval Aviator – Part 2.’ It … Continue reading

Improve Mental Health and More from This Super-Simple Daily Exercise

Walking daily increases cardiovascular improvement while improving the quality of sleep and mental health. There are many benefits of a super-simple exercise. There is no requirement to sweat or purchase special equipment. Some people might prefer to invest in walking/running … Continue reading

Feed Your Head!

Grace Slick wrote the song, White Rabbit, in the mid-60’s. It is based on the 1865 book, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and its 1871 sequel Through the Looking-Glass. The song became a major hit for the Jefferson Airplane in 1967. … Continue reading

Victor or Victim Mindset

Your subconscious mind has one function in your life. It is to protect you from failure and embarrassment.  In order to accomplish this mission, your subconscious mind collects your experiences and files them for recall when needed.  When your subconscious mind … 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