Midlife Crisis Short Post

For the Census, but for The Movement… This is the first (shorter) of two ( longer, below) Midlife Celebration posts today. To me, a midlife crisis is defined as that moment when your wake-up call arrives and you realize that everything you worked so hard to achieve is essentially superficial. And it’s the fork in […]

Easy Part

To think is easy. To act is difficult. To act as one thinks is the most difficult. – Goethe Do you focus on fundamentals? I mean life’s basic truths? Can you imagine the success you’d achieve if you’d embrace a lifestyle as Goethe suggests? These are the things that set people on a trajectory for greater peace […]


What’s one of the biggest roadblocks to engaging trust with others? It’s one that usually never surfaces and should be at the top of the list. It’s our own insecurity. Insidiously, insecurity is fed by the media and worst of all, our friends. Our friends, trying to act in our best interests, sabotage a good […]


Who doesn’t want to interact with authentic people? How many do you know? Authenticity doesn’t mean nice, or kind, or generous. It can. But it doesn’t have to. What authenticity really means, it would seem, is that a person acts the way they think. So what? Next Blog