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The following piece from my new collection “CREEK SONGS (and Other Seductions), is certainly one of my personal favorites. One of the first comic books I bought as a kid was Jack Kirby’s Challengers of the Unknown. Over time, it has emerged as my all time favorite – quite a distinction when you consider that […]

From a recent article in SUCCESS From Home by John C. Maxwell entitled “The Law of Intentionality“… Five frogs are sitting on a log. Four decide to jump off. How many are left? Answer: Five. There’s a difference between deciding and doing.   I love this. Thank you, Mr. Maxwell. This year? JUST JUMP OFF!

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CHALLENGING THE UNKNOWN

The following piece from my new collection “CREEK SONGS (and Other Seductions), is certainly one of my personal favorites. One of the first comic books I bought as a kid was Jack Kirby’s Challengers of the Unknown. Over time, it has emerged as my all time favorite – quite a distinction when you consider that […]

CHOOSING OPEN WATER

I chose to participate in open water swimming because it wasn’t what I was conditioned for, comfortable with, defined by, shackled to.  It was new and unknown and free. Mostly free — from expectation and comparison and competition. I chose open water because swimming in a pool didn’t do it for me any longer.  I’m […]

WHY YOU NEED A WEBSITE: CULTIVATING AN OPEN DOOR POLICY

Incoming metaphor! Your website home page – or single web “id” page or blog page — is the front door to your business. Casual viewers, service seekers, potential partners can open that door to you…and discover the essence of your service, your operational philosophy, your Unique Selling Proposition. Yeah. I know. “Salespeak.” But that is, […]

SCOTLAND: THE PILGRIMAGE

So, I went to Scotland. Highlands and Islands – the whole enchilada (The whole Haggis?) – with my mother and my wife. And I truly expected it to be everything I’d dreamed of for so long. I expected it to exceed my expectations…but not by so much. Scotland changed me. OK. From the beginning. My […]