• I think we all forget just how true this statement is.  And I am here to remind you, with examples of the good, the bad, and the ugly.  Buckle up… Most of us have probably […]

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  • Life does not always go as planned, and sometimes there ain’t a damn thing you can do about it. Darkness falls upon us at various times in our lives. None of the general public saw […]

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  • is typically the person least able to enjoy it. A powerful statement that, for many, will ring very true.  I was fortunate that I grew up with a Dad that truly valued time away from […]

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  • EVERYONE has their own set of challenges to deal with, so you might as well embrace it and meet these challenges head on.  We are all going to suffer in life, it is part of […]

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  • Are you using your downtime to escape your current life, or to build the life that you actually want to be living? If you live for the weekends to get liquored up with friends, or […]

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  • I was listening to yet another Tim Ferriss podcast, this time his guest on podcast #576 was Morgan Housel.  This was a great listen, and of course I recommend you check it out.  There was […]

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  • This may be a harsh message for some of you, but before you get offended and do the proverbial swipe left, you should read this.  In fact, if you avoid things that make you uncomfortable, […]

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  • I heard this idea pitched by a relationship coach on a quick video, and thought the analogy was a great one.  The whole point of his video was to help people reframe the idea of […]

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  • It turns out that things like TikTok can actually have some redeeming qualities, and this short video from Neal Foard, Chief Marketing Officer for Within, Inc. is a great example.  If you go to TikTok […]

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  • Here is something I want you to consider…each of us shares with the world what we decide we want them to see.  In other words, the “representative” version of you is what most of your […]

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