3 Powerful Tips to Help Manage Everyday Stress

3 Powerful Tips to Help Manage Everyday Stress

Often stress will manifest when we carry over yesterday’s concerns into our present-day concerns.    So here are 3 stress-busting tips:   Stress-busting Tip #1 Resolve right now to release every thought from yesterday and be only mindful of the now. Work...
There Are Always Two Ways

There Are Always Two Ways

I believe there are always two ways to do things. Here are a few examples:  Abundance or Scarcity  Growth or Fixed Love or Lust Positive or Negative Design or Default What do you think is the biggest challenge for most people? They have no plan for the day. Keep in...
Where Are You Aiming?

Where Are You Aiming?

In 2004 Olympian Matt Emmons was sure to win a gold medal. A shooter for the USA team, Emmons was so far ahead of his competitors that all he had to do was hit the target to win the gold. Emmons hit the bull’s eye, but it was the wrong target. So, he went from first...
Important Lessons from 95-Year-Olds

Important Lessons from 95-Year-Olds

Dr. Tony Campolo tells about a sociological study in which 50 people over the age of 95 were asked one question. “If you could live your life again, what would you do differently?” It was an open-ended question, so there were multiple answers: however, three...
No Buffer, Plan to Suffer

No Buffer, Plan to Suffer

The lack of advance planning and last-minute execution gives no margin or buffer. My experience tells me – No Buffer, Plan to Suffer.   Why do we need a Buffer?   It leaves room for the unexpected. Many times, the unexpected happens when we least expect it. In most...