Veterans: What’s Your Value?

Veterans and spouses, I challenge you! Can you take a few moments to read and respond to this?  I want and need you’re your insights and input to a few important questions. Over the past couple of years I’ve posted a lot to elicit responses from American veterans....

Friendship and Frequencies

I think I’ve finally solved a mystery about friendship that I’ve wondered about most of my life: Why I have had so few real, lasting friendships. Since I was four years old, I struggled to identify and foster friendships. I usually ended up feeling left out,...

More Play, More Connection

Do you want more connection in life…not the LinkedIn or Facebook kind, but meaningful, personal connection? If so, you will have to make more space for play. Behind your busy, overworked (or under employed) life, you may be living in constant stress. Stress can be a...

Aging Better

When I was 50 I felt 20 years younger.  As I turned 60, I still felt like 45.  Then at 65 I started to notice changes, though I still felt “young.” Now at 69 I often feel older than my age. How about you?  Clichés abound about aging: “it’s just a...

Being Successful Is Not Enough

We’re in the midst of a time in our history when success seems to be difficult to come by for the majority of people. For those not blessed by investing in the stock market or working for a solid business unaffected by the pandemic, feeling successful is elusive....

Coping With Covid: Five Points for Vets

Unless you’re in total denial or live in Antarctica, you’re probably wondering how your family, long term, needs to address the Covid-19 pandemic. As a good military man or woman you’re likely putting a good face.  You may even use a bit of bravado to keep...