Learning

Getting Help

Getting help is a term we all are familiar with. The words inspire empathy, care and concern. Those sentiments can turn to surprise and fear, when the help is related… Read more »

Looking Back

My absence here is an obvious and I hope my return is a welcomed fragrance for you. I wanted to give you an update, by way of this post, on… Read more »

What I’ve Really Learned Most From Worry

Worry In Life’s Classroom: In my last post, there was only a title and a blank page. In a clever (so I thought) way I wanted to communicate that worry… Read more »

Why Fear Blocks You

The Age of Fear In many ways we live in an age where fear is the driving motivator for so many. It’s crippling, it’s debilitating, and I can fill in… Read more »

A New Approach to HIIT

In the last month I suffered an injury to my left Achilles and it’s compromised my ability to run and do some other types of exercise I normally do. A… Read more »

The Trade

As I progress through life, I am more aware of the trade-offs each day brings. When I look at my calendar, when I reflect on my thoughts or when I… Read more »

Living In the Incongruent

Are you living in the incongruent? Some years ago, my life was full of incongruent statements and values. I could quickly tell you how important God was to me, and… Read more »

Fully Present

Are you fully present? The above question could be the most exposing question of our time. Let’s be real; we live in the age of distractions. It’s no surprise that… Read more »

What I’ve Learned Most From Worry

What’s In Your Head?

What’s in your head may be totally wrong. The above statement may make you shrug your shoulders, as you think I’ve grasped something so obvious. I had a conversation with… Read more »

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