Monthly Archives: May 2014

(#209) What Consequence Have You Created Today?


We all have choices. What’s your choice–and consequence–today? We all have choices. Every choice has a consequence. When you set the bar low, what’s the consequence? When you set the bar a bit higher than your comfort zone, what’s the … Continue reading

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(#208) Community


What do you see as the primary characteristic of a community? What greater purpose does it serve? This weekend our little beach community put on the 28th edition of Dancin’ in the Streets. A day of fun music (2 stages), … Continue reading

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(#207) Building a Transcript—or Building a Life?


Just like the dashboards of social media that measure “likes,” “friends,” “followers,” and “connections,” we have to examine if  the numbers by themselves have any real meaning. It’s the end of the semester and with it comes to usual calls, … Continue reading

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(#206) Two Shoulders. One Realization


Do you know when a goal is the wrong goal for you? A couple months back, I wrote on this blog about my most recent shoulder surgery. (I had my right shoulder done 3 years ago. This year I “balanced” … Continue reading

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