How many times have I planned, in my head, the things I’d really like to do in life? Well, I’m sixty-five and the days of planning in my head are done. Now I am REALLY planning – dates, costs, time, people. I am planning the things I want to do or have, people I want to help, and places I want to go. (I think I’ve put my poor wife in panic zone.)
But my time is NOW. And you know what… “YOUR TIME IS NOW” as well. I don’t care if you’re 20 or 30 or 40 or 50. Don’t put it off. If you want something, then plan it out, save up, and Do It! [Read more…]
Encourage you to “dare to make meaningful changes.”
Inspire you to “do something that means something.”
Provide ways for you to structure a life of meaning filled with adventure and awe.
I want you to believe that you can indeed “reinvent your life” – that you can trade-in the life you have for the life you want. I believe that all of us are created to make a difference in our own worlds.
I want you to know that you CAN DO IT! And I will provide online tools and processes to make it so.
There are tons of things you can do in life but only a few of them really matter. Those are YOUR RIGHT THINGS. I’d like to help you get Your Right Things Right.
In 1995 I wrote a book titled, Getting the Right Things Right: Personal Strategies for Reinventing the Life You Want. I wrote it for me and my friends. Although things were going really well at the time I knew there was more out there.
AND… I knew that if I didn’t intentionally try to live a great life, it would never happen. So I created a plan for living a great life and somewhat succeeded. A lot of cool things happened. I realized that I had to Do Life and not just sit back and let life “do me!”
But here I am again, 20 years later thinking the same thing. [Read more…]
Evidently, I was born with a passion for living and early on I seemed to have unconsciously sought out to find and be the real me.
As early as I can remember it seems I have been on a quest to discover, experience, or experiment with just about everything that crossed my path.
I did crazy (and stupid) stuff even as a kid. Before I was 3 years old I jumped off a hill into a creek and I didn’t know how to swim; and then, I sat on a cactus just to see what it felt like; Huh???—it really hurt!! But now I know: don’t sit on cacti. My penchant to try new things still continues after 60 years. But I still don’t sit on cacti!!!