Friday’s Folks – My Proud Dad Moment

When Our Kids Teach Us Grace This past Tuesday, my amazing daughter had her science fair. As a family, we pushed her to get organized, think out of the box, and be creative. After nearly two months of pushing our awesome teen and everything was as complete as it would be, we told our nervous … Continue reading Friday’s Folks – My Proud Dad Moment

I’m So Grateful To All Of You!

This past week I won my 500th subscriber and I am very grateful to all of my followers for getting me there. It popped up in an email and gave me a pause to breathe and reflect on the last year, or more specifically the last few months activities. A reflection on blogging: I recently … Continue reading I’m So Grateful To All Of You!

Monday’s Movers – OSHO: Awareness

OSHO:  Awareness: The Key to Living in Balance Insight for a new way of living I’m not sure how much of Osho’s keys to balanced living I’ve incorporated into my life yet, but I have a much better feeling about them. I say feeling because what I do understand feels like the release of self-forgiveness. … Continue reading Monday’s Movers – OSHO: Awareness

Monday’s Movers – Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose

Preface: I recently reread this amazing book and felt compelled to share my revised review on it. This book deserves to be read!  A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose by Eckhart Tolle Warning! This book can change your life. It can change the way you see yourself, the universe, and how you fit into … Continue reading Monday’s Movers – Awakening to Your Life’s Purpose

The 13th Step on The Ladder of Awareness

Focus of the session… Understanding disappointment Question: What is your default way of being when you realize your results are not the way you want? Answer: Disappointed & discouraged! Question: What does that feel like? Answer: I dive right in on new projects and feel regret at showing my enthusiasm and fear of judgment if … Continue reading The 13th Step on The Ladder of Awareness

Monday’s Movers – Richard Tardif and Stop The Denial

I first met Richard a little over a year ago when I was exploring the possibility of growing a local lifestyle magazine. He is the Executive Director of the QCNA, a group that oversees the success of most of the English & bilingual publications in Quebec. I came for some advice and guidance from the … Continue reading Monday’s Movers – Richard Tardif and Stop The Denial

The 12th Step on The Ladder of Awareness

From session on July 13th, 2017 Recap & Realizations since last week: Aha moment: Awareness shines a light on our limiting behaviors and The Ladder takes it several steps further, it reveals self-understanding and our purest truth. Awareness is only the beginning. Truth is the key to all of our personal successes. Question: How is … Continue reading The 12th Step on The Ladder of Awareness

The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment by Eckhart Tolle (Monday’s Movers)

The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment by Eckhart Tolle Wow, I thought his New Earth changed me; Now brought the practice of presence home. I'm not sure how to evaluate this book. I believe it's meant to come to the reader when they are ready for it. I can only tell you … Continue reading The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment by Eckhart Tolle (Monday’s Movers)

The 9th Step on The Ladder of Awareness

from Day 9, June 19th, 2017 Imagualization - Celebrating the victory first This is a combination of visualization, guided meditation, and superconscious hypnosis. The visualization part comes from the questions asked, usually based on previous conversations with the subject. The guide asks to start with asking you to imagine a moment of success you want … Continue reading The 9th Step on The Ladder of Awareness

The Reggio Way – An Old New-Vision for Education (Monday’s Movers)

Working in the Reggio Way: A Beginner's Guide for American Teachers by Julianne Wurm This should be a must read part of any teacher training course. It should also be part of management training courses at the MBA level. There is a great deal to be learned about problem solving and true collaboration from the way … Continue reading The Reggio Way – An Old New-Vision for Education (Monday’s Movers)