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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 […]

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ONE-STOP, ONE-SHOT, ONE-SHEET WRITING RESCUE

There is greatness and distinction in each of us. That power is embodied in the story we have to tell about our journey, our business, ourselves. TRUE: EVERYONE HAS A STORY. TRUER STILL: EVERYONE NEEDS A ONE-SHEET. Your business card is not an all-access ticket.You need more. Something that speaks to the bigger picture — […]

WHO YOU GONNA CALL? GHOST BLOGGER.

Something we all need to realize about blogging. Each and every blog you post is a premier – and I mean first class, a-#1, slam dunk, top-of-the-charts — viral marketing opportunity. Once it’s up it can go not only to your website, but to millions of others – as well as to blog directories, to […]

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 […]