Yoga vs. the Board of Education

I believe the more we come together to discuss what troubles us, in a civil manner, the better for all. But when we make decisions based on “beliefs”, versus real personal experience/knowledge or a viable eminent threat, we tread down a rabbit hole…quickly.

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Fatherhood

    Nate came through the revolving door at the airport, saw me and ran straight into our hug.  His first visit back to New Mexico since his move east one year ago.  Seeing how much he'd grown and matured, I just let myself feel the pride, love and happiness circulating within me at that... Continue Reading →

Debate

Can you express yourself in a debate without blaming the other party? I recently read an article where an opinion was expressed about the "lack of intelligent debate" in our country today?   Why is this?  Can we not have a difference of opinion, yet still come to some kind of working conclusion that doesn't leave... Continue Reading →

“Other”

Other refers to everyone else.  This includes  - family, friends, neighbors, business colleagues and clients - anyone outside of you and your Connecting with other takes work, will and intention. In business, its paramount for sustainability. In life, critical to our base need for interaction and connection. When we think of other we open.  We... Continue Reading →

Slowing down

I’m slowing down the tune I never liked it fast You want to get there soon I want to get there last ...Leonard Cohen   The creation of anything worthwhile takes time, a concept many of us in business (and life) seem to forget. If we want to have long-term success, then we need to... Continue Reading →

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