Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • Sunday, March 31st, 2019

    Crisis or Irritation

    Welcome to Today.  How’s it going today? “It’s not the crises that damage the quality of life, more often than not it’s the daily irritations.”—Buddha Many of us are skilled in the art of crisis management. We excel during times of emergency or extreme pressure. We often receive enormous recognition from our family, friends, collegues […]

  • Saturday, March 30th, 2019

    Choosing a Road With Spirit

    Hmmm? What will I be doing tomorrow? Where will I be? With whom will I be? Obviously I can’t predict the future, but I believe that to a great extent the answer to these questions depend on what I do today. All the decisions I make about which road to take today will impact my journey tomorrow. There […]

  • Thursday, March 28th, 2019

    The Core of Physical Fitness

    Are you fit, physically fit? Is a safe and effective fitness program part of YOUR healthy lifestyle? Those people who succeed in the gym, are the one’s who are patient and address the basics first. Each new client I meet at my gym wants some sort of change, most want fast results. Prospective clients want to […]

  • Wednesday, March 27th, 2019

    Choices, Choices, and More Choices.

    The more alternatives we face, the more difficult the choices we have to make. Too many choices is stressful. If you go into any sneaker store you’ll find an incredible selection of products. Not only are there dozens of companies producing sneakers, but each company is producing many different types that serve all sorts of […]

  • Tuesday, March 26th, 2019

    Pay Attention To the Teacher

    As I kid I remember being told, “Be a good student and pay attention to the teacher because you might learn something.” I’m not a kid anymore but those words of wisdom still hold true. Teachers surround us. We can learn so much from teachers. All types of teachers. While my official school days may […]

  • Monday, March 25th, 2019

    Know it All

    Do you have all the answers? Are you teachable? I find it very easy to look at a problem with my mind predetermined on how I want things to turn out. Examples: 1. A conflict with a friend? I know how that should turn out. 2. Difficulties on the job? Well, I can tell you […]

  • Saturday, March 23rd, 2019


    Blame is a coping skill that many of us have used to avoid personal responsibility. It allows us to hold on to anger and fear. When we blame others, we create an instant sense of antagonism, not only between us and an other person, but also between us and the world. Before you can truly […]