The Dreams of Your Future

Dreams of Your Future

Do you think more about the history of your past  than about the dreams of your future? Do you let the past hinder your thoughts, plans, and aspirations? Think about that famous Thomas Jefferson quote: “I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.”

Why waste time . . . → Read More: The Dreams of Your Future

How to Harvest Luck

Harvest  Luck:

“I’m a great believer in luck. The harder I work, the more I have of it.” Thomas Jefferson

Luck is one of those mercurial qualities, or so it seems. It’s not measurable. It’s not quantifiable. It’s has not boundaries or limits. So how can we it if it has no definite qualities?

Who . . . → Read More: How to Harvest Luck

Confess Success: Have Success

Confess Success:

Confess success and you will have success. Your confession brings about your possession. Say it, proclaim it, claim it, have it, possess it. A few years ago, I declared in a toastmaster’s meeting that I would get rid of peripheral neuropathy. It took nine months to manifest. Three and a half years later, . . . → Read More: Confess Success: Have Success

Planting the Seeds of Success

 Seeds of Success:

We sow the seeds of success with what we say and think. The Bible speaks of eight thousand seeds of success. What does this mean? Think about it for a moment. When we sow carrot seeds, we get carrots. When we plant apple seeds we, get apple trees. When we plant grass seeds, . . . → Read More: Planting the Seeds of Success

Building Your Happiness Quotient


Build a happiness hedge to address your problems. Maladaptive behaviors often come as reactions to life stressors. I recently had an interesting conversation with someone who has a problem with addiction to alcohol. He had several major challenges hit him in 2007. Both of his parents died within three weeks of each other. He . . . → Read More: Building Your Happiness Quotient

The Butterfly

The Butterfly:


There once was a butterfly in a cocoon.  Second my second, minute by minute, day by day, he tried to break loose and to fly freely in that beautiful meadow. But he had to wait. Nature wanted him to put up a fight before emerging into the sunlight. Once he burst forth, he . . . → Read More: The Butterfly

March to the Truth


I did not have the opportunity to attend the women’s march a week ago Saturday, but I did march to the truth. I marched on with my thoughts. And I am marching on with my prayers.

We have been hearing a lot about alternative facts, otherwise known as blatant lies. Perhaps we each need . . . → Read More: March to the Truth

Why Should Silence be a Daily Routine?


There’s an old saying: Silence is golden. Why is it such an important part of life? How many hours of each day are we subject to sound? I would challenge readers to keep a three day sound inventory. How often do we hear the rumble of airplanes? How often do we hear automobiles zooming down the . . . → Read More: Why Should Silence be a Daily Routine?

Success and Meditation:Meditation: The Gift of Silence


Meditation is my key word this year. Every January, I start the new year with a set of resolutions. Number one resolution is to incorporate meditation into my daily routine. Meditation does not necessarily involve sitting cross-legged in the same position for a set time daily. I have a routine based on the work . . . → Read More: Success and Meditation:Meditation:

A New Year: A New Beginning

New Beginning

Twenty seventeen can be a year of a new beginning. It’s your choice. How do you want to shape the new year? Do you want to keep the same insecurities or do you want to build new opportunities? Do you want to keep the same challenges or do you want to shape new . . . → Read More: A New Year: A New Beginning