The Bleeding Few and the Oblivious Many

On this Veterans Day, I recommend Breach of Trust by Andrew Bacevich. The author posits that our reliance on 0.7% of the American population to carry out all our military efforts undermines our decision-making, our leadership, and our principles since nobody else has “skin in the game.” The Vietnam War was fought by American actors,… Continue reading The Bleeding Few and the Oblivious Many

Appreciating Clients and Members: A Book Review

No B.S. Guide to Maximum Referrals & Customer Retention: the Ultimate No Holds Barred Plan to Securing New Customers and Maximum Profits by Dan S. Kennedy & Shaun Buck People like to be appreciated and Dan S. Kennedy reminds readers that showing love to our past and current clients renews the relationship and can be… Continue reading Appreciating Clients and Members: A Book Review

Quote on Perception and Reality

. ...quantum science...tells us that everything in our reality is ultimately a reflection of our own consciousness—that, when something happens, it's because a part of our own consciousness is drawing that experience into our awareness.” -Dr. Sue Morter, The Energy Codes (2019) We see what we think about. We see hate if we look for… Continue reading Quote on Perception and Reality

Quote On Self-Respect

Life is about one thing: being proud of the person you see in the mirror. Once you like yourself, everyone else can go to hell. -David Goggins, author of Can't Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds, and former Navy SEAL, Army Ranger, and Air Force Tactical Air Controller. As heard on The… Continue reading Quote On Self-Respect