Change easily, never change, or change for excellence?

Florida Country road
Years ago on a country road.


Freakish how something so uncool can yield something so cool.

Ever have a moment and discover you are holding the winning lottery ticket?

Drive the speed limit all day, every day.

First, you’ll have anxiety because no one drives the speed limit (and just think about that one for a minute). A few rare people drive slower than the speed limit for reasons unknown.

You never have to worry about passing someone ever again.

Feel the transformation.

But alas, you won’t be able to because of all the voices in your head telling you to hurry up. You’ll be completely embarrassed and self conscious.

But if you persevere…well then, you will discover something.

Driving the speed limit all the time makes you rich.

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It’s A Common Question

Profoundly Simple
Profoundly Simple

How do you write five daily blogs? A common question from people I meet.


It’s sort of like running.

I don’t know why I do it, all I know is that i enjoy it and cannot help myself.

Drive. Hope. Faith. Purpose. Mission. Balance.

If you can’t find a role model, become one.

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MidLife Top Ten Lists

Are You Ready For Today?
Are You Ready For Today?

Lists. Top ten lists.  Mid life.  Midlife lists. Midlife top ten lists.

Mind, Body, Spirit, Money.

Life’s Big Four.  Life’s four big decision areas.

All day long we make decisions around these four very simple concepts of mind, body, spirit and money. Mostly unaware.

Having answers to critical questions empowers us with a peace that is unknown to people still searching.

What they are searching for and why they pass by the obvious, is understandable and it is also sad. Humans are conditioned to complicate life. Complicated does not get us closer to peace.

Only discernment, organization and finally, determination to be focused and disciplined.

I know well. It’s taken me 50 years to figure it out.  Ok, I’m slow. But also determined.

There is hope for you and your dreams. If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a million times – there is no shortcut.