The Law of Attraction – Changes You Can Make to See Changes Today

There was a time when I focused heavily on the Law of Attraction and through that focus, several accounts of success and prosperity came to me, quite naturally. I will share my own success stories that I attribute to the use of LOA a bit later, but for now, I want to revisit what the Law of Attraction is and how to apply it, starting today! It’s what I need to do and probably, something […] Read the Full Article »

The Benefits of Mowing Therapy – A Personal Struggle with Depression

Ever since I can remember, I have gone through periods of deep depression. There’s no real rhyme or reason to the bouts – the just sort of come and go. Over the last few weeks, I have fallen into one of those funks again. Combine the depression with OCD and a bit of ADHD and you have a recipe for depressive chaos. When my mind is not extremely occupied with work or family projects, I […] Read the Full Article »

Learning to Be the Change You Want to See in the World

This morning, a stroll down memory lane of sorts. A step back in time to a place where I felt more fulfilled than I have, any other time in my life. Sir Elton John has always had that effect on me. While catching up on some of my Elton John reading, I saw this headline: CHILDREN FORCED TO WEAR RED BADGES TO DENOTE THEIR HIV POSITIVE STATUS Then I saw this photo: Everything Happens for […] Read the Full Article »

Vocalizing a Protective Hedge Around Your Marriage–Signs of a Great Leader

My mornings begin with a hot cup of coffee and a couple of articles pulled from my “favorite bloggers” file. This morning my selection included Michael Hyatt. Michael is the Chairman of a Christian publishing company. Michael takes time from his busy life to maintain a personal blog focusing on “intentional leadership.” I’ve been a huge fan of his style and philosophy. If you are going to lead well, you must be thoughtful and purposeful […] Read the Full Article »

God Really Is With Me – Wherever I Go!

Around 2:00 AM my eyes popped open and in the usual fashion, my mind began racing. Racing thoughts surrounding tough times, cut hours at work, bills that need paid, my boys birthday Friday and feeling so inadequate because this year it’s looking like they’ll be getting an IOU instead of a gift with a big red bow. In my heart, I know they understand. We’ve been through tough times before – just never around their […] Read the Full Article »