To create the life you want, you must first imagine it. . . 

Then believe you can have it. . .

It may take effort to make it happen, but that's where the real adventure and growth await.

I want to help on this journey by sharing my discoveries, missteps, and successes.

Because we are all learning. . .  everyday.

And we need each other's help.

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No “L”

It looked as if a forest had exploded. Green pine needles littered our carpet with a trail of them scattered throughout our foyer. This was…

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No Small Lives

A great actor can transform a bit part into something amazing and memorable. That is why the acting great Stanislavsky said, “There are no…

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Book Recommendation: “Lessons from the Monk I Married”

I’ve been running full steam over the last six months with a new business but finally found some time to read Katherine Jenkins’ new…

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Movie Lessons: Almost Famous

My friend, David Horne, occasionally writes a “Movie Lessons” segment for his blog. I love these and constantly nag him to write them more…

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Free the Fireflies

Summer always reminds me of childhood when I would play outside with friends until dusk and beyond. On many evenings when the light faded,…

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Live Outside the Lines

Life on the ground is often rigid. We spend the better part of our days living between the lines, whether it’s the boundaries of a house or…

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From a Distance

As I neared my speaking venue, I suddenly regretted not making time to wash my car. The thin film of dust on the vehicle’s black hood…

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Eyes High: A Simple Mood Lifter

Whenever I lift my eyes toward the sky, my mood improves. I noticed this a long time ago and have always assumed my fondness of that vast…

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