Archive for August, 2013

The Value of Life, The Value of Today

Got to thinking this morning about worry and the time extinguished by it. I can’t think of one instance in my life where worry has produced a breakthrough, happiness or satisfaction.

Living Music

My friend, Marc, shared this performance by Carlos Santana and Wayne Shorter with me and

The Looking Back Thing

Looking back has tremendous value. I’m not referring to looking back with regret. Looking back with regret usually leads to mental paralysis. I’m speaking of looking back to gain perspective and clarity.

5 Questions with Dr. Norman Rosenthal, Author of The Gift of Adversity

When I got the email regarding Dr. Norman Rosenthal and his new book, The Gift of Adversity: The Unexpected Benefits of Life’s Difficulties, Setbacks, and Imperfections, I was intrigued…

That 10% Part

In my last post I outlined the importance of embracing the 90/10 rule. Today I have something to share from my own experience relating to the 10% part of the rule.

When You’re Ready

Talked with a friend some weeks ago and he told me that he believes people can only be helped when they’re ready. I over simplify when I write that I agree.

Managing Relationships

I like Miles Davis. Whenever I meet someone who likes Miles Davis, I feel an immediate connection. This feels great. Then I meet someone who likes Kenny Chesney.

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