I faced this question during my morning reading and reflection time. On one level it seems very straightforward. Most of us hope to make our lives better or at least it would appear that way given the volume of self-improvement titles in circulation. So, the premise is simple. Right? You should want to get better … Continue reading What are you willing to do to make your life better?
We are masters of time travel Racing back to the future Thoughts Distractions Worries Always on our way somewhere else To something else Everywhere but here and now The prevailing story is that we have more distractions, more information and more decisions pressing on our lives than ever before. Our attention span is shrinking; as … Continue reading Time Travel and the Value of Practicing Presence
“If anyone can show me, and prove to me, that I am wrong in thought or deed, I will gladly change. I seek the truth, which never yet hurt anybody. It is only persistence in self-delusion and ignorance which does harm.” – Marcus Aurelius When I read this passage in “Meditations” I grabbed my pen … Continue reading Monday Meditations 4 – The Danger of Denial
Strong Mind Independence Confidence Integrity Courage Focus Will Open Heart Vulnerability Compassion Generosity Flexibility Kindness Faith Different. But not opposite. Divergent. But not opposed. Distinct. But not distant. Draw from both sources and we are more balanced. Balance empowers right actions. Right actions lead to better outcomes. How do we develop a strong mind? Overcoming … Continue reading Heart-Mind Leadership
I don’t golf. At least not by any measurable standard. I have walked around a golf course flailing at small white balls with a metal stick but I would hardly classify myself as a golfer. I do have friends who actually know how to golf. They tell me that the key to great golf is mastering … Continue reading Mastering Your Leadership Short Game