JoAnn and I are much saddened to hear about the carnage in Las Vegas, and our hearts go out to those who have lost friends and loved ones, to those who are fighting for their lives in hospital and to those who were traumatized by what happened and had their lives changed forever in an . . .
The more technology shrinks and connects our world, the more we are confronted with challenges that we have to deal with, almost on a daily basis. As I watch it all unfold, I will be inspired from time to time, to focus attention on and share with you how my Radical Living Strategies can help all of us meet our challenges with greater ease and compassion. My hope is that these offerings give you the insight you need to create the peaceful, fulfilling life you desire.
You may recall, assuming you were on our list In May of 2015, that I was diagnosed with rectal cancer on May 20th of that year. With your help, sending me loads of healing energy as requested in my first “My Ass Is On the Line,” email of May 26th, 2015, I was pronounced . . .
Two reports came out today here in England that I found both interesting and frustrating.
The first one concerned the extremely high number of teenagers were either clinically depressed or were on the edge of being so.
The second one was about the increase in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) among the teenage and young adult population.
The BBC . . .
I apologize for not writing blogs as often as I used to, but since my little brush with cancer in 2015, I have been trying to reduce my workload and doing my best to avoid overwhelm.
I have to admit I haven’t been overly successful at this since the demand for more training programs and workshops . . .
I am still in England, soon to be back in Atlanta on the 24th. I am looking forward to being back and being part of the excitement. Not having been part of the emotional turmoil that’s been going on over there, I haven’t commented much myself. JoAnn was back there on the day of the . . .
Tomorrow will be a day in history that will be looked back on as either the first time a woman or a businessman with no political experience was elected President of the United States. Whatever the outcome, Americans have an opportunity for healing relationships that may have been stressed during this very contentious . . .
Last week I mentioned that research indicates that money, wealth, status and position in life accounts for little more than 10% of what we call the happiness quotient.
What the other 90% broke down into, I left hanging. Well, it’s a lot more than was given in what I read, but it is instructive nevertheless. They . . .
You’ve probably heard that the people of England voted to leave the European Union and that as a result, the British pound has fallen dramatically against the dollar.
It looks like we Brits may need to tighten our belts a bit. But that could be a good thing.
The workshop we just did in Ukraine was about . . .
Have you missed me?
I’m sure you’ve noticed I haven’t been blogging lately. Here’s why.
As usual, in late June we relocated to England for the summer. In line with my resolution since the cancer episode, to work less and enjoy life more, we spent all of July and August visiting with my kids and grand kids. . . .
It is almost a year to the day that I was pronounced cancer free. For that, I am still feeling extreme gratitude, especially to those of you who sent me all that healing energy.
Because of you, it went from Stage 3 rectal cancer to nothing in just 4 months. You were great.
Business wise, we hardly . . .