I’m no marketing expert, so I pay others to do it. But one thing I have learned is the value of giving great content away. By giving people something of genuine value, we not only give, but we receive so much, like a loyal audience and their trust and support. We also get to help . . .
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.
In the movie, ‘The Red Violin,’ the story follows the destiny of a particular violin, as it moved from person to persons down the centuries. It was made in 1681 by an Italian Cremonese master violin maker, Nicolo Bussotti in, for his forthcoming child. His wife died during the birth, and we witness his . . .
You’ll be pleased to know that my 28-day daily dance with chemo and radiation ended on Tuesday. Yippee! Thank you for all your love and support. It helped a great deal. The oncologist at the end said, “You’ve just breezed through this without a scratch, haven’t you.” I said, “Yes, but I’ve had a lot . . .
As promised, I have been restricting my cancer treatment updates just to the Facebook group we created for that purpose, called Colin’s Wellness Journal. However, several people have contacted us to say they don’t have a Facebook account. So, I thought everyone might find this particular interview interesting.
My good friend and . . .
Radical Forgiveness is the unconditional acceptance of what is, as is; because that is exactly how it is meant to be. When we apply this to ourselves, we can say that Radical Self-Forgiveness is accepting the consequences of being ourselves. We are who we are because that’s exactly who we are meant to be. . . .
I mentioned in my last update about ‘what I don’t have’ in my colon, that my oncologist may ask me to be part of the hospital’s integrative program for healing cancer. Right after that I saw this and thought you might like it.
It appeared on the Christian Broadcasting News website. What it says, of . . .
Right after the massacre in Charleston last week, the first TV clip I saw was the prosecutor ranting on about how she was going to make sure that boy would get the death sentence. Of course. It’s what people say after events like this. . . .
I had a meeting with the surgeon Tuesday, the 2nd. Things look pretty good. As you know if you read my last e-mail, the big worry was that the tumor was too near the anal sphincter muscle. It was, therefore, likely they would have to take that . . .
Guess what? I have colon cancer. Isn’t that ironic? After all I have said about using Radical Forgiveness to prevent cancer, I go and get it. BUMMER! (Joke #2. The first one was the title itself.) Humor heals, right?
Actually, I am quite fond of irony and am always on . . .
What Exactly Is Radical Living Coaching?
Let me begin to answer this question by saying what it is not. At first blush, you would think that it is a fancy name for just another form of life coaching.
You would be wrong. A Radical Living coach approaches the process with a mindset that sets it apart from . . .