These are two questions worth a decent answer

Washington State Park campsite
Gourmet dining is relative. So is slowing down the speed of life.





When do we fit in:

  • take time to eat lunch?
  • take time each day to actually enjoy the work we get to do?

These are two questions worth a decent answer.

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A Lunchtime (In USA) Reminder That Conformity Has It’s Place, And Sometimes It Doesn’t

One of the inspiring things about inspiration is that it’s so practical and convenient. We never have to look far or try too hard. Dead Poet’s Society is jeff noel’s all time favorite movie. Thought I knew why. But at 6:15AM this morning, it became crystal clear. Thank you David Balentine for the feed.

We may not fully understand our passion until the end, when God reveals a bountiful harvest.

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Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda

Photo From Seth Godin's Linchpin
Photo From Seth Godin's Linchpin

Ever catch yourself, in a random moment, maybe eating lunch, or watching an inspirational movie or commercial, thinking to yourself…

I should have.

I would have.

I could have.

But now it’s too late.


It’s not.

It’s never too late.

Is it?

Oh, I know what happens, we get so busy, because we’re not very organized, and so we fool ourselves into thinking our dreams are impossible.

No really

Will You Give It Your All Today?

Will you?

If not you, who?

If not today, when?

Is This How Others Perceive You?
Is This How Others Perceive You?

How Important Is Money To You?

Money.  Can’t live with it, can’t live without it.  Money has always been my biggest stressor.

Eventually, I learned a very simple and very profound rule.  It is the first rule that should be learned.

  • Spend less than you earn

What made this most basic of rules so elusive for me, is that I did not subscribe to common sense.  A million reasons for that, which I’ll not even attempt to address.

The second rule I learned is have a business.  After reading “Rich Dad Poor Dad” last Christmas, my whole mindset about money was changed forever….