What I Thought I Knew

What I Thought I Knew

I had been a mortgage loan officer for 15 years. I had survived the financial crisis and mortgage meltdown of 2008-2009 and emerged more determined, more focused, more educated, and more careful. At my lowest point, I knew it was either time to find another career or...
Get Off the Emotional Roller Coaster

Get Off the Emotional Roller Coaster

Click here to listen to this article if you don’t have the time to read it. I was inspired to write this article by an experience which lead to gaining a new and different perspective.  Once a week, I facilitate The Work of Byron Katie for 90 minutes.  This is a...
Acting The Part

Acting The Part

This morning, I was inspired with an idea and asked my wife, Kathy to help me. I asked her if she could think of a time when I was upset.  She reminded me of trying to get technical help over the phone from someone in India. That reminded me of something that happened...
5 Steps To Improve Self-Esteem and Increase Confidence

5 Steps To Improve Self-Esteem and Increase Confidence

Do you ever feel like you’re not good enough? We’ve all been there at one point or another. Throughout  life, your sense of self-worth or self-esteem shapes who you become. Believing you’re not good enough impacts your behaviors and decisions. If you had the...
6 Questions to Improve Your Efficiency

6 Questions to Improve Your Efficiency

Most of us have a list a mile long of things we feel like we HAVE to get done. You probably have tasks in different buckets; housework, business work, family work, extracurricular work, volunteer work, and the list goes on. Do you ever feel like your task list is...
The Wisdom of The Body

The Wisdom of The Body

Do you have persistent internal thoughts and questions running through your head at any given time? These thoughts could be about a person, a situation, a stress, a fear, a hope, or any number of things. The thoughts we have create feelings such as the nagging fear...