Weights or Wings

Obligation or opportunity.

Pessimism or possibility.

Guilt or gratitude.

When given the choice, give the person or the moment wings.

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As long as you have questions, you’ll be on the path of fulfillment. Questions keep us child-like.

The more I’m with my children the more I’m enthralled and longing to be recruited into their classes they are unknowingly teaching. “Why?”, “Can I color?”, and “Where’s the rainbow?” are the questions they’re wrestling with now.

If we are honest, we’re still asking the same questions as well.

May we never lose the courage to ask.

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I’m currently going back through my favorite books I’ve ever read to finish out 2014.

I started thoroughly reading in 2010, and my life has never been the same.

Rereading is like an echo for the eyes.

As of today, here’s my top 10.

1). A Million Miles In A Thousand Years

2). The Art of Possibility

3). Linchpin

4). Delivering Happiness

5). The One Thing

6). Mastering The Rockefeller Habits

7). The War of Art

8). Daring Greatly

9). Start With Why

10). Unlimited Power


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One’s writing reflects one’s reading.

Opinions will align with those nearby.

What the person next to you points out, you’ll see.

Mark Twain said it best, “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.”

And so do we with our geographical metaphors.

Check your surroundings.

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Where’s your lean?




With the screen in your hand, on your lap, or atop your desk, there is no greater question to ponder for our days.

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