Monthly Archives: November 2015

Monday Morning Quarterbacking

Our world is reeling again, this time from several recent terrorist attacks.  The most recent horrific attack hit Paris a few days ago, and at last count, left 132 people dead.  There is concern that Washington, D.C. may be targeted, … Continue reading

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Getting Comfortable with Ambiguity

I have long since known that a high tolerance for ambiguity is a key factor in success and happiness.  I have even spoken of this fact many times.  I have learned of late that “knowing” something and truly experiencing it … Continue reading

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The Courage To Let Go

Courage is a very big thing.  It takes courage to face life’s big challenges, and we all know some people who are facing those.  Such as the big C, and that does not refer to Courage, but to Cancer.  I … Continue reading

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