Relatively Speaking: The Three Paths to Self-Worth

When you look in the mirror do you value yourself? Despite your flaws, despite how you might compare yourself less favorably to others when it comes to certain characteristics, do you value who you are? If so, that should lead you to become a more successful, healthier individual. Right? Well, maybe. Self-esteem is a state Continue reading


How a Good Golf Story Can Become Much More in the Hands of a Master

On April 12th of this year I sat in a local pub and watched the Master’s Tournament, live from Augusta, Georgia. I am not a golfer, nor have I ever been a fan and up to recently, I would have have likened viewing a televised game to watching paint dry. But there I sat transfixed. Continue reading


Spirit Beauty: In the Eye of an Eagle – A New Vantage Point

*Grandeur  *Pure Beauty  * Pristine  *Glorious  ~ These are four things that first come up for me when asked to describe my most recent experiences in Alaska. Earlier this year – I was gifted with a great opportunity to connect and work with children in the school systems of Alaska. Traveling two weeks out of Continue reading


Spirit Beauty: A New Found Safety

How do you currently define “security”?   If you look around in this present moment what are you plugged into that gives you the greatest sense of security? Take a moment and reflect on this question.  The first thing you might tune into is your current job or career.   It supports you and brings Continue reading


Relatively Speaking: The Cycle of Change

Thanksgiving day in 1985 was dreary and cold. My son, our first child, had been born eight days earlier but spent his first six days of life in the hospital. He had contracted viral meningitis shortly after being born making the joy of his birth short-lived. His young, first-time parents hadn’t prepared for that possibility Continue reading


Putting Your Passion to Work

  We leisurely stroll through life and think, “I know what passion is.” Your initial memory of passion may be your very first girlfriend…in second grade. The next: maybe a trading card collection or bag of marbles. Passion can be a fickle and fleeting thing. One day you’re excited, animated and motivated. The next, you Continue reading