All posts tagged Columns 2012
Most of us have heard, I am sure, that laughter is good for the soul. And, no doubt, many of us have heard that laughter is good for our immune systems. How many of us, however, look at laughter from an economic perspective?
Years ago, in high school, I went to a local community center to lift weights. The center had a gym, basketball courts, a swimming pool, a track, etc.
Some of us like to make New Year’s resolutions. Of those of us who do, plenty of us break our resolutions in short order. Change is tough, I
At this point I would like to let out a sigh. Uh, I mean a Psy. You never heard of Psy? I hadn’t either, till the other day.
I like to ask the following question of people attending seminars on self-improvement and achievement, “What is more powerful, the sun or a laser in a laboratory?” Typically,
A simple question to ask yourself on the road of happiness is, “Does what I am doing give me energy or take energy away from me?” At first,
Last week’s column offered some insights on technological evolution. I remarked that, “Technological evolution is progressing at a much faster pace than our own personal evolution in knowing
I like to believe anything is possible. In essence, the world is our creative playground. Through the use of our creative minds, we can accomplish virtually anything we
Fear of success, fear of failure, we have all heard these terms before. Fear of failure is pretty easy to grasp. We want to achieve a given thing,
We all have passion for something. Some of us are passionate about our jobs. Some of us are passionate about our families. Some of us are passionate about