In today’s day and age, there are actually too many choices to choose from. There are studies that show that the brain gets overloaded when there are more than a few choices to choose from. In your life and business where are areas you can limit your choices to make the decisions easier for you, your client, family, loved ones? Putting constraint on your choices is key for completing items in a timely manner and staying on track. If you don’t

Now What

Now what, is a question we normally ask ourselves when something goes wrong or not as expected. Now what, is a bridge between where we are and where we want to go. Now what, can be seen as positive or negative. Sometimes when we are faced with a “now what” we innately go to the negative, the “why me”. But what if you used “now what” and thought about possibilities? How can you take this thing that you didn’t plan for,


Does anyone out their worry like me? Worry about if something is going to go wrong on a project you have extensively planned for? Worry about getting hurt or sick? Worry about your child? Worry is a horrible place to be because it paralyzes us. Worry creates our minds to shut down, to stay in limbo. Worry shuts down our ability to think of a solution creatively. But Concern…concern is another word. One where if you move from Worry to Concern,

When Something Doesn’t Go As Planned

When something doesn’t go as planned, how do you react? You can either get upset and let it ruin the rest of your day, or you can roll with it and continue on to the next best step…maybe within the “same thing” or maybe you have to leave that “thing” and return later. The big thing to look at is how quickly can you pivot and move on from a situation that puts you into a holding pattern on a process