View Post

6 Factors to Help You Reach the Top of Your Mountain

This is an adaptation of a previous post. Almost three years ago we started climbing “Jones Mountain” just after the sun arrived to warm the chilly Colorado air. It was not a technical dangerous climb, but it was one that many adults would find difficult to complete. The air was thin and legs were wobbly, but several factors allowed six …

View Post

Take the Guesswork Out of Decision Making

You can eliminate the paralyzing confusion and indecision that accompanies decisions like choosing a college, committing to marriage, taking early retirement, or any of the other of thousands of options that present themselves during a lifetime. A simple conflict resolution system I learned in college over 50 years ago still helps me clarify choices and make critical decisions. Check it …

View Post

Don’t Blend In!

On a recent television show, the following question was asked of a social “expert” who was guest hosting the show. “We have just moved into a new community, how can we make a good impression on our neighbors?” The expert answered, “The most important thing is not to be different. People weird out when they meet people who are different. …

View Post

Four Essential Considerations When You Don’t Know Which Way to Turn!

It is easy to avoid the rocks of life when we can clearly see them. It is another challenge altogether when it feels like you are flying blind, knowing that there can be grave consequences if you make a wrong turn. Watch this amazing, somewhat frightening and beautiful video all the way to the end. Then read the actions that …