Over the past few days, a message has been coming through loud and clear. “There is great benefit to shifting one’s perspective.” Sometimes that's not very easy to do, but it can be with a little practice. Before I go on, I will say that written words are not the best for conveying vibration. Specific… Continue reading Shifting One’s Perspective
Yesterday, I found myself discussing a topic that I find of value. It was basically about the difference between price and value—something we grapple with every day, but more this time of year than any other. How often do you find yourself considering a purchase and asking yourself, “Do I really want to spend that… Continue reading Price versus Value
Two men exit their respective offices and step into the 50th floor hallway. Both approach the elevator and reach for the call button. As their hands arrive simultaneously, each looks up at the other. The man on the left nods to the first, who quickly presses the button in response. The elevator makes no sound.… Continue reading The Reward
In 1991, just before I graduated from college, I bought my first brand new car. I loved that car! Shortly after that, I bought the cassette World Clique by Deee-Lite and played it in my new car all of the time. I loved that album! If you don’t know Deee-Lite, their music is silly, catchy,… Continue reading What Is Love?