Bringing Depression to The Table: Part 8 – Comparison is the Thief of Reason

This is a regular series of blogs focusing on creating balance through mindful activities. Please read my first blog: Bringing Depression to the table to provide more context. “Comparison is

Four Agreements for a Better Life

I’m not a fan of Superbowl, but I’m a big fan of Tom Brady’s approach to making things happen. Now 43, Brady has won seven Superbowls and earned five Superbowl

3 Top Entrepreneur Attributes to use in a Corporate Environment

I’ve always been fascinated by different people’s opinions and approaches, whether in their personal or professional lives. In a work environment, this applies all the way from task management and

Bringing Depression to the Table: Part 7 – An Exercise in Reframing

This is a regular series of blogs focusing on creating balance through mindful activities. Please read my first blog: Bringing Depression to the table, to provide more context. In a

Movement is Life: 7 Ideas to Move You

“Movement is life,” says Brad Pitt to the scared family hiding in their apartment, just before they are ambushed by zombies. I’m not a huge fan of horror films, but

Three Ways to Work More Effectively in 2021

A recurring theme in recent conversations has been productivity, avoiding burnout, and developing a desirable work-life balance. Common obstacles include an inability to focus, being repeatedly distracted, and struggling to

Bringing Depression to the Table: Part 6 – The Purpose of Identity

This is a regular series of blogs focusing on creating balance through mindful activities. Please read my first blog: Bringing Depression to the Table, to provide more context, before continuing.  If

The Power of Mentoring in 2021

If you haven’t already done so, please click here to read my post on the power of trying, even when you don’t succeed. It should serve as a good precursor

How to Fail (and Change the World)

This blog is part of a series exploring the philosophical and human impact of change, growth and purpose. You can read the first blog here. It’s in our genetic code to make

Bringing Depression to the Table: Part 5 – Resetting Your True North

This is a regular series of blogs focusing on creating balance through mindful activities.   Please read my first blog: Bringing Depression to the table, to provide more context.  Have you ever

The Power of Trying, Even if you Don’t Succeed

I had a great conversation with a good friend, James Marsh, about my various escapades in 2019 and we got into an interesting discussion about the power of trying, even

Four Questions to Ask Yourself Before 2021

This blog is the first part in a series that will explore the philosophical and human impact of change, growth, and purpose. It’s very tempting to dismiss 2020 as the

Bringing Depression to the Table: Part 4 – Goodbye and Thanks for EVERYTHING

This is a regular series of blogs focusing on creating balance through mindful activities.   Please read my first blog: Bringing Depression to the table, to provide more context. Gratitude is one

Bringing Depression to the Table: Part 3 – Making a “Good Morning” Routine

This is a regular series of blogs focusing on creating balance through mindful activities.   Please read my first blog: Bringing Depression to the table, to provide more context. Ah the morning

Enhance Your Communication Skills by the Power of 3

If you were to rate your communication skills, whether verbal or written, out of ten, how would you score? What can you do to improve that score by a couple

Bringing Depression to the Table – Part 2 – The M Word

This is a regular series of blogs focusing on creating balance through mindful activities.   Please read my first blog: Bringing Depression to the table, to provide more context. The ‘M’ Word