How Your Frustrations Could Become Your Guides

Friends, “What’s required appears to continually interfere with us getting what we want!” In an average day, I have a whole lotta wants: I want to be on time, and I am “required” to be in a traffic jam. I want my son to realize something obviously important – e.g., perspiration trumps inspiration – but … Continued

Think Football – 4th Quarter

Friends,    A quickie this morning.   This is the first week of the fourth quarter.  Think: Football 4th quarter.  We’re behind.  It’s been a lousy first three quarters for businesses, non-profits, and governments.  The crowds are fidgeting, angry, some are filing out of the stadium.  So . . .   Think: Football 4th quarter:  This … Continued