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November 13, 2019

Do you find yourself checking your phone while waiting in lines, or while waiting for your food to come at a restaurant? Or maybe you check it on breaks at work or while waiting at the veterinarian’s office. This last Saturday while I was working, a couple came with a couple of pups for vaccinations, and as I observed them, it became apparent to me that both had their phones glued to their hands for every single minute, and with virtually every non-eventful minute,...

November 7, 2019

Have you ever thought about sitting down and writing a letter to your younger self?  A letter filled with the missteps that created your pain, experiences that took you to great depths of feeling alone and afraid, and the opportunities of not sucking on the lemons we get handed? All in an effort to put someone else two steps ahead of all the painful memories still running through your head, and change the choices that they make.
  
There is a song about just th...

October 30, 2019

Recently I was preparing for a talk I was to deliver to the #1 construction company in Kansas and having a few phone conversations with one of the leaders of the company reviewing the talk points, goals of the day, and getting more input on the company’s key culture points. It was in one of the last discussions with Todd, that he was talking to me about “assuming positive intent” in all that we do. And for them, as they interact as a team or with clients, they want...

October 23, 2019

Most of us have many thoughts every day. We could be thinking about what errands need to run today, or what all activities do our kids need to be delivered to, or what phone calls need to be made today. You then commingle those with the thousand fleeting thoughts a day on your creative and imaginary genius of new ideas creating small positive fires in your mind and soul.

For me, I was able to keep my life its calendar of events, my Rolodex, and to-do lists all in my...