It has been sometime since I last posted a blog… But I decided that I should post an update on that’s going on. Any one who reads this blog knows, I love to read all kinds of things. I read Stephen King books, books on politics and faith and the American way, but I was … Continue reading The future of reading?
Portrait of Benjamin Franklin (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Leadership is something we hear about all the time, we can attend seminars, read books and articles and even blog post. Everyone seems have the solution to being a leader. To me it seems that the title of the book or workshop seems to be more important that … Continue reading Ben Franklin and Leadership
The United States Supreme Court. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Yesterday the United States Supreme Court upheld ObamaCare, a massive intrusion into our personal lives and our freedoms. With this ruling, the courts granted congress the power to force Americans into purchasing products that they may or may not want or need. By the courts calling the … Continue reading The Loss of Freedom for our own Good…
Feeling sorry for yourself, and you present condition, is not only a waste of energy but the worst habit you could possibly have. -Dale Carnegie What can we do about this, how can we change our own outlook on our own life? How do we stop feeling sorry for ourselves, stopping the self-pity and self loathing? … Continue reading Road to Redemption: How to Overcome Feeling Sorry for Yourself
All change is not growth, as all movement is not forward. Ellen Glasgow Being interested in and involved in the “Change” industry, I found this quote to be dead on, All too often we tend to think that if we are changing, it must be a positive thing, that we must be growing is some … Continue reading The Three Types of Change
Cover via Amazon I just finished “How to Think like Leonardo da Vinci: Seven Steps to Genius Every Day” by Michael J. Gelb.This is a fantastic book, one that all should read. The information is useful no matter who or what you are. Leonardo's life lessons are timeless and learning about how he looked at … Continue reading Leonardo, where are you?
Can I truly be happy? This is a question most of us ask ourselves at one point or another in our lives. The answer, yes, you can truly be happy, if you do a few simple things. The secret to being happy is not secret at all, never has been, never will be. All we … Continue reading Truly Happy? Can I do it…
Cover via Amazon “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” ― Dr. Seuss, I Can Read With My Eyes Shut! I have a few favorite topics, the Ego is one of them, I love to talk about the Ego as the … Continue reading Reading, the Giver of Life
Today I read a few interesting articles, so I thought I would share one with you. This is from the WSJ, I hope you enjoy it and find some use out of it. God Bless & Happy Lent Paul Sposite Guided Insight Life Coach BY: JONAH LEHRER Creativity can seem like magic. We look at … Continue reading How to be Creative–WSJ
“Teach me, and I will be quiet; show me where I have been wrong. Job 6:23-25 (NIV) This past weekend I attended a silent retreat offered by Miles Christi religious order of Brothers and Priest. This was the first silent retreat I have ever been on, and anyone that knows me, knows I love to … Continue reading Quiet: A Lenten Reflection