Idea #7: My Best?

Masters. 1st Place. 48. Still Got It. What about when I don’t? The questions we ask ourselves, after we’ve been through the grinder. Those are the most important ones to ask ourselves. Did we do that? Did we bring it? Or, did we not. Just hesitated, sided with our human side or anxiety or procrastination?... Continue Reading →

Idea #5 DO NOTHING

Where are you in this moment? Deep in work? I picked up my phone no less than 181 times today! That’s a lot. But, that’s a picture of how connected we are. We are terrible at doing nothing. But, it is one of the healthiest things we can do. Put the phone on silent. Turn... Continue Reading →

1000 Ideas: Idea 1 Power of the Pause

Thank you for joining me on this journey that will more than likely have me taking the better part of three years to complete. I am taking a journey of sharing the coolest 1000 ideas that I come across here. They won’t be everyday. I won’t be using the same media to post. They won’t... Continue Reading →

Quote Roulette: Thich Nhat Hanh

Worry. Anxiety. It eats away at the best version of ourselves. It spills into our teams, our circles of influence, infecting performance with perceived lack of confidence. Awareness in those moments where we’re under pressure disappears leaving it unchecked. Unawareness to how it affects us is deadly if it continues unchecked. This week’s quote roulette,... Continue Reading →

The Job You Will Love

What do you wish you could do more every day? I wish I could be a coach more everyday. Help others get the most out of what they want to do and be. Find themselves, their real selves, and how they can honor that where or when they show up. If I could find work... Continue Reading →

Quote Roulette: Dean Smith

“If you treat every situation as a life and death matter, you’ll die a lot of times.”Dean Smith Is that checklist a life or death moment? Or, better yet, missing your significant other’s date night to get extra work done? How do we measure what gets the “life or death” token? Something each of us... Continue Reading →

Haiku #3: The Quiet

Illinois River Hued colored bright blue,Silent breezes, floral scents,Time, present, be still.Shawn Ward, 5-7-5 One of my hikes I happened upon this expansively massive river. This was at Starved Rock in central Illinois. Illinois River is the picture above that happens to be a tributary of the great Mississippi River. Just so happens it’s 273... Continue Reading →

William Arthur Ward

Not a relation, or maybe he is part of the long line of Ward's. Hard to know. But, I do know this. One of the most enriching things you can do is work to bring the best out in others. If you just show up to do that one thing, everyday, in just one person.... Continue Reading →

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