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March 6, 2019

Many of us have been members of organizations, maybe the Boy Scouts, maybe 4-H, or as adults something charitable like The Elks, or Lions Club, the Masons, or Red Hat Society, and in all of those organizations there are dues to pay to keep the organization moving forward with the finances to sustain and even thrive for the good of its members and others receiving benefits from the charitability of the organization.  But without paying your dues, the organization fai...

November 28, 2018

Recently at our weekly 7:00 AM veterinarian meeting, we had a discussion on submitting to a process, to an organization, or even to your spouse. And along with it, the process of committing to the same relationships. As I shared in that meeting, I had fully committed to my wife since we had started dating, but I hadn’t fully submitted to her and the greater good of our marriage until about ten years ago. Basically around the same time that our twins were born. When...

November 14, 2018

Have you ever worked in a workplace where your boss or direct report was inconsistent in their daily actions?  Was it an environment of you never knew which version of Boss X was going to show up at work?  Was it going to be the Happy Boss X Version or was it going to be the Jekyll Boss X version?  Many of us have been in those unpredictable environments and most all human beings don’t perform optimally in those environments because it creates an eggshell environmen...

August 8, 2018

We recently started an exercise at our clinic called “Gratitude Exercises”, in which we start a meeting and go around the room and everyone must share one thing or person they are thankful for.  It all started with listening to Rachel Cruze on a radio show one day where she recommended it.  The huge impact of this exercise is that it is difficult to be hateful when you are grateful.  We also asked people to start a Gratitude List on their phone or a piece of paper,...