Mindset – The Unbelievable Difference Maker Between 2020 and 2021

Our minds can help us or prevent us from doing just about anything. What we focus on we become. That quote, or the gist of that quote, has been used by great minds to plow their courses through many unbelievable … Continue reading

Priorities, ‘To Do’ Lists, and No Regerts

  In 2016, the Mars company sponsored a great commercial. A tattoo artist is distracted by simultaneously eating a Milky Way candy bar and tattooing a man’s arm. The tattoo should have read, No Regrets. But, it didn’t. It read, … Continue reading

Do You Use a Health Checklist

How often do we use a checklist? Any flying requires checklists. There is a checklist before taxiing an airplane, a checklist to take off, a checklist to land, and a checklist for emergencies. Emergencies are a unique situation. You memorize … 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

Will You Have Regerts?

There is a television commercial sponsored by Milky Way. A tattoo artist is distracted by a Milky Way candy bar while tattooing a man’s arm. The tattoo should say, No Regrets. But, it says, No Regerts. We get distracted by … Continue reading

Does It Ever Get Easy?

The homilist at church today made a remark that I thought could produce and interesting article. He said, “Religion is easy, faith is hard.” Easy is in the eye of the beholder, most of the time. Some people think running a … Continue reading