Monthly Archives: August 2011

Are You Staring at Your Shoes?

Last Friday I was honored to have the opportunity to speak at the Toastmasters International Convention. An annual gathering, this year it was held in Las Vegas and attended by over 2000 remarkable individuals. I will write more about this … Continue reading

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Between Heaven and the Curbs Below

In most ways the meanings we attach to life’s experiences, the insights we harvest from all we do is really a matter of perspective. Let me share a story that also reminded me that life’s blessings are often masked in … Continue reading

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We All Loved Lucy

This past Saturday we celebrated the centennial of Lucille Ball’s birth. Celebrate indeed.  There are few TV programs to match I Love Lucy– due almost entirely to the genius of the iconic Ms. Ball.   As my life stretches from the … Continue reading

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MAY WE NEVER BE TOO PROUD NOR TOO VAIN

It comes as no surprise that we find life difficult at times. In fact there are times when we hurdle right past difficult into the land of abject despair.  That is not surprising as life is the only process where … Continue reading

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