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Category Archives: Motivation
If I could share one sentence with the world it would be: Take a chance. If I could convince friends, family members, clients of one thing it would be: Take a chance. Your life is finite in that you will … Continue reading
What’s a gift worth anyway? I reckon it depends on the gift. We have no idea how our wings gently flapping the wind can impact others around us. We just might be touching greatness. In us, and others. Taken from an essay in … Continue reading
A life coaching client shared with me that a friend of his pulled out of a backpacking trip to South America. The trip was 3 months away. In fact, it was so far away that he hadn’t even gotten supplies … Continue reading
Freedom can be a funny little thing. What’s it worth anyway? I mean, what would you pay to have your idea of freedom? I can tell you for most of us freedom is time.
Be willing to grow. I love meeting people who started out way over here, and ended up way over there. Their shifts in thinking change, and they become almost unrecognizable. They become who they are, but even that, is subject … Continue reading
One thing matters. But… We get lost in bullshit. We get lost in emails. We get lost in texting. Social media, gossip, debating politics, debating religion, debating who should win Dancing w/the Stars. Shit that won’t change your life. We … Continue reading
If you read Calling All Fat People in my previous post then you have the background for this next post. This is a continuation of what can happen when someone decides that now is the time. THP- You took on … Continue reading
Are you fat? Not another politically correct term. I mean fat. Are you? If you aren’t, stop reading. If you are fat and you know it, join me for a few minutes. My friend Eric is fat. A giant tub … Continue reading
‘Cause I know I’m goin’ nowhere and anywhere’s a better place to be. -Harry Chapin Tomorrow will work. Next week even better. Three years from now is fine.
Maybe your parents never told you that you rock. Well, you do.