Articles Posted in the " NEW Values " Category

  • Do Soul Setting and Role Setting Before Goal Setting

    Do Soul Setting and Role Setting Before Goal Setting

    Welcome to 2011! Stress costs businesses $300 million every year. These three deadly silent killers are not counted in the $300 million: Soul frustration – “I’m not being or expressing who I really am.” Role frustration – “I’m not doing what I value, or I’m not valuing what I do.” Goal frustration – “I’m not […]


  • Gift of Presence

    Gift of Presence

    “PLAY” it Forward… Feel free to share this message and video links in P/S Of all the gifts you can exchange none is greater or has more lasting value than the gift of… Topics: Skills, Spirituality, Values


  • A Time to Illuminate

    A Time to Illuminate

    “Accentuate the Positive, ‘Illuminate’ the Negative.” David Corbin, Author of just released book, Illuminate: Harnessing the Positive Power of Negative Thinking Happy Jewish New Year, whatever your religion (or none). “La Shana Tovah.” A Blessed Year to you. In the 1960’s, an English singer named Anthony Newley crooned a popular song, “Stop the world, I […]


  • My Best Friend is Gone

    My Best Friend is Gone

    Bruiser September 2, 1998 – May 20, 2009 It happened so fast. His shriek like a dagger sent a chill up my spine. He looked up at me with empty eyes, then went limp. I scooped him up and raced to the car. I burst through the hospital door screaming for someone to help. I […]


  • A Present for a Merry, Merry and a Happy, Happy

    A Present for a Merry, Merry and a Happy, Happy

    On December 11, at Harv Eker’s “Never Work Again” seminar I asked the audience: “If you are FINANCIALLY FREE, please raise your hand.” Out of 900 people, fewer than 10 hands went up. My follow up question caused a near riot: “If you are NOT financially free, then what are you?” They shouted: “Trapped by […]


  • NEW Leadership… Optimism, Pragmatism, Humanism

    NEW Leadership… Optimism, Pragmatism, Humanism

    “Hope is a great thing to have and to feel. ‘I hope’ is not a good thing to say. The hardest commitment is to lead your life from the inside out, not from hope but from trust, willingness and commitment in the spirit of optimism, pragmatism and humanism.” — Mitch Axelrod, 30 Years, 30 Lessons […]


  • Are We All Americans Today?

    Are We All Americans Today?

    On September 12, 2001, people from all over the world proclaimed, “We are all Americans today.” This expression of global solidarity demonstrated the power of human compassion and revealed the depth of our spiritual connection. We rose above Vooplayer – Best Video Player Software On The Market ideology. We extinguished borders. We lay down our […]


  • 9/11 – A Call for Peace

    9/11 – A Call for Peace

    Reprinted from September 11, 2002 You can read more of my 9/11 writing here… Reprinted from September 11, 2002 “Imagine all the world living life in peace? You may say that I’m a dreame viagra buy r, but I’m not the only one. I hope some day you’ll join us, and the world will live […]


  • So Much Yet, So Little

    So Much Yet, So Little

    Have you noticed how we have so much and yet, so little? So much spin, so little truth. So much talk, so little listening. So much conversation, so little understanding. So much fluff, so little substance. So much hype, so little trust. So much information, so little insight. So much knowledge, so little wisdom. So […]


  • Values and You

    Values and You

    If you are for enriching your life, enlivening your livelihood and enjoying a more prosperous living, this conversation is for you. So much rich content I can’t detail it all. Got stress? We talked about how to identify and isolate it in 15 minutes, and how to reduce it with one simple shift in thinking. […]