Success and achievement is won, or lost, in incredibly small increments. Take for example, a race. Often it is but tenths or hundredths of a second that differentiates the first and second place winners. Sometimes it is pure chance. Most of the time it is not. There is a little, almost indistinguishable, seemingly insignificant difference … Read moreLive life in the what-it-is instead of the what-you-wished-it-was
For many years I have given out this list to people who voice some dissatisfaction with life, young people who are just embarking on life on their own, with people facing the challenges of a mid-life readjustment, and with those who find themselves overloaded with work. It is an analytical process where you define and describe … Read more16 questions you should ask yourself at least once a year
The only way to avoid getting hurt by someone is to live in a cave or a coma. Every person on the face of the earth has experienced mistreatment, injustice, unfairness, offense, exploitation, and abuse. Some much more than others but no one has a free pass. Many have said or done things they’ve lived … Read more7 things you need to know if you want to get past your past
Long before Nike captured the phrase “Just do it,” the expression showed up as a featured bit in Mayberry, North Carolina. That’s right, the home of Sheriff Andy Taylor and his intrepid deputy Barney Fife. It happened on Andy’s front porch. Here’s the clip: A good friend of mine once said, “It is amazing how … Read more7 keys to help you get not just more things done, but to get the right things done.
Self-publishing has historically carried something of a stigma. There was this underlying opinion that only those authors not good enough to win a contract with a major publisher would eventually self-publish out of vanity. This is, of course, not entirely true. I suspect major publishers might have been behind the idea, mostly to increase their … Read more7 Reasons why you should self-publish