Don’t Die Inside While You Live

Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside of us while we live. One year ago today I started this journey of blogging. Here's what I've accomplished: 810 views Generated views/visits from 27 different countries around the world; over 584 visitors Impacted over 237+ people as they left … Continue reading Don’t Die Inside While You Live

Nurture That Self-Esteem: Day 28 of 30

With our tendencies to flip into social media and fake news as ways to nurture/validate our self-esteem, today's post I felt is super important and relevant. Like any other muscle in our body we need to work at our self-esteem to keep it alive and healthy. But in a world that continues to encourage amorality … Continue reading Nurture That Self-Esteem: Day 28 of 30

The Good and the Bad: Day 16 of 30

Good ideas come from bad ideas, but only if there are enough of them. - Seth Godin From our mistakes, greatness can come. But, only if we listen to them and learn from them. Edison said when asked by a reporter if he failed 1,000 times. Of course I didn't fail Edison states, the light … Continue reading The Good and the Bad: Day 16 of 30

Our Sense of Wonder? What Happens to It? Day 6 of 30

Many fail to grasp what’s right in the palm of their hand.” - HeraclitusYou remember what it was like as child? Being awestruck by most everything that we came in contact with during our formative years. Things like everyday events like the colors of the leaves changing in the fall. Flying a kite for the … Continue reading Our Sense of Wonder? What Happens to It? Day 6 of 30

Eliminating Favorites: Day 5 of 30

If you meet the Buddha on the road, kill him. - Master Lin Chi We fall in love with ideas. Especially ones that we have found bring us an incredible amount of success. It’s the wrong thing to do, for any length of time. Henry Ford I read learned this the hard way. Hugely successful … Continue reading Eliminating Favorites: Day 5 of 30

2 For 1: Spiritual and Intellectual Wellness

We're going to wrap up October and start November together ending with our last two dimensions in wellness. Both are really great together in how they work. You need both. You can approach life with a intellectual focus, but ultimately you're going to need faith in something unseen or belief in something bigger than you … Continue reading 2 For 1: Spiritual and Intellectual Wellness

Environmental Wellness

What would we call environmental wellness? Most would be thinking in terms of that green trash can in the garage that we put things in that can be recycled. Environmental wellness though is not just about taking care or respecting our environments it is also about getting fulfillment from our surroundings. Partly that comes from … Continue reading Environmental Wellness

Building a Foundation of Wellness – Find the Gift in Your Work

We are poor at following the rule books of habits we need to build around our wellness. We make excuses or prioritize things completely off the basis of what’s in the moment. We spent last post really establishing our baseline of work, now we need to put a action plan in place that works to … Continue reading Building a Foundation of Wellness – Find the Gift in Your Work

The Sickness of Unhappiness

Nothing can beat a dog’s healthy happiness. They just love everything. They have optimism about their world that we would want to bottle up. They live extraordinarily happy lives as you can see by my own pictured here, tongue out. Head hanging out the window as they are driven down the street by their owners. … Continue reading The Sickness of Unhappiness