For article on how your judgments will save your life, but how they can also destroy it, click on the photo above. I write articles about wellness, leadership, parenting and personal growth. My hope is to deliver the best content I can to inspire, to inform and to entertain. Sign up for my blog if you … More How Can You Grow Past Your Judgments?
For the article, A Serious Guide to Humor at Work, click on the photo above. I write articles about wellness, leadership, parenting and personal growth. My hope is to deliver the best content I can to inspire, to inform and to entertain. Sign up for my blog if you want to receive the latest and best of … More Humor and Your Well Being
There is wisdom in the art of almost-studying, and you can apply it to almost anything that you do. ___ Three words that create stress, fear and a monstrous amount of avoidance: High School exams. My 16-year-old is deep in the middle of studying for his exams. Honestly, he is a master in the art … More Zen and the Art of Almost Studying
Yardwork offers you and me 6 lessons about recovery ___ So I am not much of a yard guy. Growing up, every time my father tried to teach me about yard maintenance, I wanted nothing to do with it. He was able to drag me along, but I did the Houdini thing. I went … More Zen, Recovery and the Art of Yard Maintenance
How do people stay happy working a job they don’t love? ___ How do people stay happy in a job they don’t love for 20 years? Maybe the cynical will ask Why do people stay in a job they don’t love at all? These are important questions because by the time you retire, you have invested more time at work than any … More 13 Ways to Love Yourself When You Don’t Love Your Job
Tiny events add up: Recovery is one choice at a time ___ Tiny events. Small, minor stories. Events add up. Decisions matter. Do you want to make your days profound? I wrote about this in my journal the other day, “I try to make my day profound. I want it marked with excellence, exuberance and the … More Addiction: The Importance of Living Small
True freedom is not freedom from work, but freedom in our work. ___ I write about things that interest me. Work is one of them because I, like most of the world, work a job that helps me make a living. I’ve met lots of entrepreneurs and remote workers — myself included — who are … More Choose Yourself: Freedom is Found in Hard Work