Reinvent Yourself Into Who You Are

I can think back to so many times I wished I was someone different. Growing up I wanted to be more athletic like my cousins.  Three boys from the same family all played football and went to Division III colleges on scholarship.  They were excellent athletes and physically fit, and as I remember it  they […]

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3 Steps to Reinventing Your Career

I’ve worked with many people who are at a crossroad in their career. The have been working for years in one field or industry and they are now at a point where by choice or circumstances they have to do something new.  I’ve been there and I understand the difficulty of the process of reinventing […]

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Why I Love Flawed Heroes

In pop culture we have a lot of amazing hero characters that entertain us and any of them are almost flawless. James Bond is good looking, tough, and has the ability to work his way out of any difficulty.  If he has flaws in his personality you don’t see them, but in general he is portrayed […]

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Do Our Failures Define Us or Inform Us?

Relationship failures. Business failures. Career failures.  Been there and done that. What about failures in parenting? Failed partnerships? Vocation or educational failures? There are too many failures to mention, but we all know we have failed somewhere in our lives. The question I have for you (and for myself) is do your failures define you?  […]

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Slow Down to the Speed of Life. Interview with Psychologist and Author Joe Bailey

Feeling like life is moving too fast and you can’t keep up? Anxious and frustrated? Then, Slow Down to the Speed of Life. Slow Down to the Speed of Life is a phenomenal interview with psychologist and author Joe Bailey where we discover how to change our thinking in order to better handle the stress […]

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Thank You Early Adopters

I got a gift this Christmas that I wasn’t expecting. My wife and I have a rule that we don’t buy gifts for each other, rather we spend money on experiences and things for the home. Our boys are the recipients of the gifts from us and other family members. This year there was a […]

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