Category Archives: family

What I Learned Vacationing in National Parks


Vacations are time slot to vacate your normal routine. As a business consultant living on the flat and humid Gulf Coast, a trip to the high desert of Arches and Zion National Parks in low humidity Utah was the perfect setting. We hiked, ate, photographed and mostly strained our necks looking up at God’s awesome creations. Continue reading

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My Best Blog Ever


My best blog was my shortest… a handwritten note…. Continue reading

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What is your __________ mission statement?


So what is your personal mission statement? What is your family’s mission statement? Both are vitally important, but I have yet to find more than a handful of people who have a clearly defined personal or family mission statement. Continue reading

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Dr. Stephen R. Covey – A Principled Life


I went to read about him and what struck me was his recognition and major impact didn’t start until his late 50’s. He was 57 when The 7 Habits was published. Like John Wooden, his impact came after decades at his craft. Continue reading

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Sustainably Insane


Every thought leader and MBA speaks of creating a sustainable advantage. We see innovation, blue oceans, lean, supply chain management, as tools to create and maintain a sustainable advantage. One industry defies all of this and it’s insane. At least in our state, food is anything but sustainable.
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Joyfully Losing Our Net Worth and Finding Our Real Worth


Am I the only one excited about the Fed’s announcement that the average U.S. household lost 40% of their net worth in the last few years? NO, I am not anti-capitalist; I am pro reality.

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#Rainbows and #Memorial Day


Rainbows are the wonderful by-product of storms that pass through our lives. When I think of Memorial Day I think of rainbows… Continue reading

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