Recently my wife and I planned a vacation to Disneyland with our four kids. It’s something we’ve thought about for the past few years, but we wanted to wait until our children were at ages where we felt they would enjoy and appreciate it.
A few days after booking our trip, I shared our plans with my father. After hearing my excitement about our vacation, he shared the following counsel: “Don’t expect Disneyland to make you happy.” Continue reading
This has to be one of the most common questions that are asked. No doubt it’s a great way to break the ice and get to know somebody a bit better. It’s also our human nature to be curious and ask. This topic came to my mind because I was asked last week how I respond to when people ask me this exact question. I’ll tell you how I answer this question in a moment, but before I do that, I want to explore this a bit more. Continue reading
A few weeks back I was listening to a podcast where the hosts were interviewing a professional golfer. During the course of the interview they asked him, “What part of your game do you work on the most?” His response: “A quiet mind.”
I’ve been giving that answer a lot of thought. Continue reading
Just like the ability to communicate well leads to healthy relationships, our body’s ability to communicate information between cells is important to staying healthy. Without strong cellular communication, we become sick and are more prone to illness and severe chronic issues. Continue reading