Imagine that I bought you a brand new car, filled it with a full tank of gas [petrol in the UK, as I am writing this from a wonderful retreat center near Canterbury owned by my friend Louise, founder
Over the last couple of months, I have been fairly consumed with my mother's Alzheimer's. She has been struggling with the disease for a few years now, but it seems to have taken a turn for the worse
Just a few weeks ago, it dawned upon me that flipping my view on my father's experience with people by 180 degrees could bring me a lot of joy and peace as I get older. My dad was extremely devoted
My son hurt his ankle playing basketball last Thursday at his friend's house after school. My wife got the call and she took him to get it x-rayed. The doctor at the MedExpress ruled out a fracture
Do we have a choice? I sure think we do. It became a lot easier for me when I began to define worry as—guaranteed misery today for something that may or may not happen in the future. In fact,
It was today, twenty eight years ago, that I started my first real job, in a small southern town in Tennessee. I am so blessed to be able to work even harder today, but with considerably much less s
Everything in life comes with at least two sides to it, including being smart. Human beings are amazing time travelers, given our ability to imagine the future and ruminate about our past. What I
Hope 2014 has started off well for you. Sorry for the long silence. I have been devoting most of my attention to help launch a live virtual workshop in Mindful Leadership for Janice Marturano.