The Glorious Part Of Risk During Midlife Is That It’s Even Riskier To Not Take The Risk

Both photos were taken from the same spot. But both have very different interpretations, although the theme (risk) is the same. Some midlife adults take small risks and a few go large. But most Baby Boomers do neither. If you’re reading this, this either excites you or you’ll never come back. Perfect! Next Blog

Regret Is Awesome

Yesterday, as I was adding some tags to the blog post, I typed Regret. That word came to mind because it was the key driver in the decision to ride a bicycle across the country. Or not. If I didn’t do it before I settled down and started a career somewhere, I knew I would […]

Hearing It 100 Times?

“Hearing something 100 times is not as good as seeing it once”. — Japanese proverb “It’s not the material things in life that are important”. Most of us have heard this so many times we’ve  lost track, right? If we know this to be true, that material things aren’t the important thing, why do we […]

Michael Jordan On Failure

“I have missed more than 9,000 shots in my career.  I have lost almost 300 games.  On 28 occasions, I have been entrusted to take the game winning shot, and missed.  I have failed over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed”. —  Michael Jordan Boy this sure sounds familiar….