Empowerment Or Ignorance?

My Friday morning drive to the office inspired some reflection. While merging onto the interstate, I noticed sections of it were closed, including the one I needed to take. I could already see the reason, in what seemed to be a funeral procession of first...

No Really, I’m Fine!

Words are powerful. The words we choose can make a conversation productive or destructive. And to further complicate matters, words can impact us differently and are often subject to interpretation, despite their dictionary definition. So, it’s no surprise why human...

Values & Graditude

Some of you are aware I’ve been doing quite a bit of traveling over the past several years. Many of those trips have been to New York City. NYC has always called to me from my first visit there over 20 years ago. Since then, I would return every so often...

We Are Failing – The Rabbit Hole of Why

I’m a Mental Health Professional. I’m someone who enjoys going to work most days because I love what I do for a living. The truth is, I believe I was born to help people. I’m fascinated by learning what makes a person unique and helping them to understand...

The Things We Do

It seems as a society, we would rather settle for being unhappy or even marginally happy than live a life that is soul deep. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard people say, “This isn’t what I want. I feel disconnected, but it’s comfortable. And I...

The Truth Debate

If one could estimate how much time a person wastes in their lifetime, not being honest; whether it's in the workplace, at home, or in a social setting; I would imagine the percentage of time wasted, would rival the percentage of time our eyes are open. ...

Sustainability

Recently, while sitting on an airport shuttle, I overheard an interesting conversation.  A gentleman in his 70’s was chatting with a younger couple. He spoke of his career as a truck driver and the benefits he enjoyed from this type of work. He spoke about the...

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