Overcome Your Personal Worry Movie

I’ve always found that one of the easiest pieces of advice to give someone is, “don’t worry.” I’ve also always found that one of the most difficult things for me to do is…not worry. Sort of like surgery: it might be “minor surgery” but only when it’s someone else’s. It’s never minor when being done…

Decide…Before You Decide

“You/I/We are all addicted…to comfort.” According to sales authority and author of Be Bold and Win the Sale: Get Out of Your Comfort Zone And Boost Your Performance, Jeff Shore, this tendency is the driving force behind every behavior that keeps us stuck in our own status quo. It’s the malady that keeps us from…

My Hypocritical Judgement

The other day, I witnessed a young man say something insulting and hurtful to the person he was speaking with. I’m almost 100 percent certain he didn’t mean for it to come across the way it did…mainly because his comment appeared to have come from a total lack of any forethought whatsoever. It was thought-less…

The Continuum of Thought

Yes, thoughts are things. And, each act of human creativity, every invention; indeed, all progress is preceded by thought. Thought, combined with correct action and fortified by burning desire, belief, determination, and dogged persistence is almost unstoppable. However, on another level, in this case an emotional level, let’s look at three different types of thoughts…

Actually, That’s What Makes It Bragging

It’s a well-know phrase I recently saw tweeted. “It isn’t bragging if it’s true.” I’ve also heard it said, “If it’s true…it ain’t bragging.” Either version might be based on the late St. Louis Cardinal’s Hall-of-Fame pitcher, Dizzy Dean who reportedly said: “It ain’t braggin’ if ya’ can back it up.” However…it’s not correct! Actually,…