Posts Tagged ‘ life is short ’

Disengaged Management

Often, when I have conversations with people I will ask about their employment and how they like their job.  I usually hear one of two things; “I love my job, or I hate my job.”  There are times when I might hear, “My job is okay, I am glad I have one, but it is […]

Small Habits Over Time

I have been reading the book “Atomic Habits” by James Clear, it is an excellent book if you want to continue to improve yourself one day at a time. I want to share just a paragraph from the book that I found to be a quite powerful reminder. “Time magnifies the margin between success and […]

Are You Happy?

My Italian Father always says “We need to understand that every person is different.”  So often we think everyone should think, feel and understand the way that we do, it just is not so. What is just as important as realizing each one of us is very different from another, is that we individually must […]

Gaining A New Perspective

Aloha! As a consultant I get the wonderful opportunity to speak at conferences in Maui.  I remember arriving at one of our hotels a few years back, where we took a walk by the seashore. Looking at the scene before me, I could not believe how it made me physically feel. (See picture above) As […]

You Only Live Once, Have No Regrets..

Bronnie Ware, a palliative hospice nurse, wrote a book on her observations of the dying patients she took care of.  The title of the book is “The Top 5 Regrets of the Dying.” You can get the book on Amazon in paperback or kindle version. Below are the five regrets and the link takes you […]

The Doctor Is In…

Such a wise doctor…. Live in the moment they pass so quickly! Have a wonderful  Monday everyone!