The Magic Button

Life is hard. It is not for the faint of heart. But still the strong need a reprieve. Much like the Grand Canyon constant friction will erode even the most solid foundation. When we endure wave after wave of difficulty without a proper rest period we will suffer—both emotionally and physically. There are many folks … More The Magic Button

Dreams Don’t Die

Have you ever had that gnawing in your gut? That feeling or thought that crops up over and over? In my experience this incessant thought orbits around a decision that needs to be made or an action that needs to be executed. Certainly I have touched on this subject before; although I have no idea … More Dreams Don’t Die


There are a few words in the English language that are better to avoid. While the word “focus” may be a good action to take, it makes a pitiful directive. It may be a little unclear what my meaning is here. But I believe that words convey a certain meaning when they are uttered in … More Focus

Paper or China?

In our last podcast I brought up the metaphor of how our tolerance level is like a plate. Surely you have heard the expression “I have a lot on my plate.” What about the size of our plate? What about the integrity of our plate? Is it big or small? Is it Paper or fine … More Paper or China?

On Waiting

– The Right Time Never Comes A lot of people put their life on hold because they are waiting for the right moment to execute something like having a baby, saving for the future, saving for retirement, starting a business, or any number of things. While I understand that it is important to plan for … More On Waiting

Reality Specialist

As you may know, I have been on the hunt for the perfect career for quite some time. Although I have held many jobs in my lifetime I have never really found the right mix of challenge, responsibility, culture and compensation. I realize now that I have gotten older that my dissatisfaction may be attributable … More Reality Specialist


On last week’s podcast we looked into the definition for the word perception. And it went something like this: Perception [Oxford English Dictionary] 1) The ability to see, hear, or become aware of something through the senses. 1.1) The neurophysiological processes, including memory, by which an organism becomes aware of and interprets external stimuli. 2) … More Perception

RR034 Podcast

Damn it I neglected to enable downloads on the last podcast upload. My apologies. Working seven days a week is killing my cognitive function temporarily…. RR034 Is it really so bad if people call you when they want something? Are New Year’s Resolutions good for you? Are the effective? Why the Platinum Rule is better … More RR034 Podcast