The Value of Joy, Part One

Wordsmith extraordinaire, John David Mann and writer averageaire, 🙂 yours truly, often discuss a concept during media interviews for which we both have a different name. He calls it the “Treacherous Dichotomy.” I call it the “False Dilemma.” Either term can be defined as the unnecessary use of the word, “or” (i.e., “wealthy OR happy”,…

Duplication Is, Well…Duplicatable

The saying, “Don’t reinvent the wheel” is so well-known it has become almost proverbial. Yet, I constantly see people trying to “reinvent wheels” and it often works to their detriment rather than to their advantage. Please don’t misunderstand. Never would I suggest not being creative and trying new things. As human beings, we are, by our…

Is Natural Talent Really A Myth?

I have two books I feel absolutely compelled to suggest you read; first, because they are simply great reads. Secondly, if the topics themselves interest you, you’ll find the knowledge and wisdom contained to be extremely beneficial to you. Today, we’ll look at… Talent Is Overrated: What Really Separates World-Class Performers from Everybody Else by…