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action to make change
 “Things do not change, we do.” Henry David Thoreau This short statement is a call to action that labels us as personally responsible for the directions our lives take.  If life is different than we wish it to be, merely waiting for something to change is like hoping to complete a marathon while keeping our feet planted at the starting line. Any scientist will tell you that change requires action. Many people know that they want change, but feel as though they are stagnant, uninspired or even stuck.  It is not uncommon to want change, but often we feel stuck because...
the corn in King Tut's tomb
When archeologists found King Tut’s tomb in November of 1922, they scored the most amazing archeological find ever at that time.  Everything was left just as it was more than 3,000 years before in the boy king’s final resting place.  There was a lot of stuff in there–including Tut himself.  The thing that intrigues me more than anything else found in that tomb was the corn....

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Well my friends over at Affluent Magazine have done it again. The latest issue of Affluent is gorgeous.  I have said it before that this magazine feels so fabulous to hold. The cover is velvety soft, the content is varied and wonderful and the photos are always stunning.  Below is my article in this issue that appears in my regular column.  Be sure to click the cover image to enjoy Affluent as an online flip book and see my article on pages 50 and 51. The Case for Quiet More than a decade into the new millennium it is clear that...

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overcoming addictions
I was recently talking with a woman about addiction–specifically gambling.  We spoke more about the other four well-known addictions: alcohol, drugs, sex and food.  She went on to say that she did not have an addictive personality and there was nothing that she was addicted to.   I know from my work with people that EVERYONE has an area in life that addictive behaviors manifest or have the potential to manifest.  I know people who work very hard to mange their food addiction or offset it with exercise.  There are lots of people who are alcoholics who only regard themselves as “social...

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