Living Through Change At The Speed Of Life

Athletes refer to it as the speed of the game. To compete at The Next Level requires adapting inherent ability to the environment around you. Players are bigger, stronger, more experienced. The game is no longer a hobby, but an obsession. Everything moves faster in real time. Judgement defaults to instinct, the product of meticulous … Continue reading Living Through Change At The Speed Of Life

4 Lessons In Change From Aprils Past

“Swéete April Showers, Doo spring Maie flowers” This instructional prose, captured within poet Thomas Tusser’s Five Hundred Good Points of Husbandry, has seen its share of changes over time. More commonly known in the limerick form ‘April showers bring May flowers’, the sentiment offered 16th century farmers practical insight into the natural benefit of change: … Continue reading 4 Lessons In Change From Aprils Past

Sing For The Day! Captures Common Thread Among Generations

I never shy from my love for music, especially when original songs are reimagined and expressed through the eyes of another artist, perhaps one from a different generation or genre. Such was the case when Tommy Shaw, frontman and guitarist for the rock band Styx, performed with the Cleveland-based Contemporary Youth Orchestra at Sing for … Continue reading Sing For The Day! Captures Common Thread Among Generations

Bubble Thoughts: Consider The Journey On Your Way To Creating a Memory

Bubble Thoughts . . .   Those delicate moments of unfiltered insight, known to float between the conscious and sub-conscious, have played havoc with my daily routine. The absence of a commute and its pre-requisite shower, both reliable Bubble Thought portals, have forced me to wake early, many times before dawn, to capture insight before … Continue reading Bubble Thoughts: Consider The Journey On Your Way To Creating a Memory

Dead Reckoning: A Sailor’s Wisdom Applied to Personal Growth

Cast away, course set and true, To port o’ call ‘cross the Blue, Beware the currents, fast and strong Dead Reckon, lest ye be Dead Wrong Forgive me . . . my inner voice tends to speak with a pirate accent on occasion. For as long as ships have sailed the Seven Seas, sailors have … Continue reading Dead Reckoning: A Sailor’s Wisdom Applied to Personal Growth