Freddie Mercury, the larger than life lead singer for Queen, said The bigger the better; in everything. With all due respect to Freddie, and I have LOT of respect for him, I’m not so sure about this one. When size is the prize, nothing is ever big enough. The bigger is better mindset is one ... Continue Reading »
There were a few surprises at the Oscars last night. Personally, I love the underdog stories, like a few years ago when the low budget film Hurt Locker beat the zillion dollar extravaganza, Avatar, for Best Picture. Last year it was the low budget movie The Help that did so well and made stars of ... Continue Reading »
I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free. Michelangelo Imagine. Just imagine. Close your eyes and surrender to your imagination; wherever it takes you. It sees things eyes can’t see, hears things ears can’t hear and knows things your logical mind didn’t know it knew. Imagination is a different ... Continue Reading »
A bank robbery was foiled in London late last year, and it was the robber himself who foiled it. It seems he was a rooky robber, who was hit by nerves at the crucial moment. He walked up to the teller holding a gun in one hand and an empty bag in the other. He demanded 700,000 pounds ... Continue Reading »
When it comes to change, there are three paths to take; waiting for life to happen TO you, making things happen, and turning around and wondering what happened. The first path lacks responsibility. The last path lacks intention. The middle path is the way to go. It is for sure the road less traveled, but ... Continue Reading »
Seek more of what you desire by BEING more of that, and it finds you because it IS you. Then what you want, what you do and who you are become one. You have to believe this to see it. Look closely. Put yourself into your life’s work so fully that there is no distinction ... Continue Reading »
A Texan farmer goes to Australia for a vacation. He meets an Aussie farmer and they strike up a conversation. The Aussie shows off his big wheat field and the Texan says, ‘Oh yeah. We have wheat fields that are at least twice as large.’ Then they walk around the farm a little, and the Aussie ... Continue Reading »
Anxiety uses imagination to picture something you don’t want. Vision uses imagination to picture something you DO want. Either way, you tend to get what you focus on. Imagine a future where you shine, others thrive, and the light of hope shines brighter in the world. If you can see it, you can be it.