Category Archives: family

Touch Matters


Touches are not big things: a note, a quick text, a phone call. Yet they are really are THE BIG THING. In the end …. Continue reading

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Accountability and bucket lists


What do you do when your son asks you to do something you haven’t done in years? Continue reading

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A vacation to do – A personal mission statement


The best thing I discovered while driving between Montgomery and Fairhope …. Continue reading

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The Many Hats of the CEO


Here’s a short tip on motivational haberdashery! Continue reading

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Getting Something From Nothing!


“I am not good at doing nothing,” declared my wife, Laura, during our morning conversation.  I smiled and agreed that taking time to just relax and leave your “to do list” mentality was especially difficult for her.  I had put … Continue reading

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The Pause That Refreshes


How does a top 10 all-time ad slogan from 1929 fit with Marshall Goldsmith’s What Got You Here Won’t Get You There? Both suggest the key to continuing on for people on the go (or grow) is to slow down and pause. Coke wants us to pause and drink; Goldsmith suggests we pause and think! Continue reading

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THE NUMBER ONE, SECRETLY ENCODED, AND GUARANTEED RETURN INVESTMENT TIP FOR 2014!


Sorry about the title. I grow weary from all the similar emails I get and ads I hear that sound about as absurd. I do have a great guaranteed return tip that is based on 50 years of observation and a couple of years of actual application. Continue reading

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