FOCUS: You Can!

Selected Life Lesson “Can’t” never did anything. -Peggy S’ Life Lesson from Des Moines, Iowa Richard’s Thoughts… Peggy’s Life Lesson is most certainly true! The word can’t limits your thoughts on what is possible. Looking through which lesson to send out this week was easy because this one stuck out at me. About a week […]

October At-a-Glance

I’m going to try to do this little review post at the end of each month and it will be in three parts. (Previous Months: January – February – March – April – May – June – July – August – September) Top Posts for October Life Size Jenga – June 28, 2010 St

You Can Go Home Again

You know the saying, “It’s all just a little bit of history repeating“? For many – if not most of you – that is the feeling after spending more than a few days with your immediate family. We’ve all been there and as I stood in Midway Airport in Chicago writing the first part of […]

FOCUS: Questions and Answers! (v4n22)

Selected Life Lesson Never be afraid to ask questions. Mary K’s Life Lesson from Springfield, Missouri Richard’s Thoughts… I have recently come to understand why kids ask the question, “Why?” so much. It is because they want to know. You see, kids and young adults don’t have the experience to pull from so they are […]


Stuff and Stress: Why Are They So Hard to Dump?

This is a guest post by my inspirational friend, speaker and author, Sam Davidson who recently published his third book, Simplify Your Life. He has guest posted on this blog before about ambitions. He is the co-founder of Cool People Care and Proof Branding, and lives in Nashville with his wife and daughter. One thing […]

FOCUS: Open Minds! (v4n21)

Selected Life Lesson Keep an open mind & let others share their ideas. Pam B’s Life Lesson from Des Moines, Iowa Richard’s Thoughts… As the political debate continues to heat up – even though we’re still more than a whole year away from the next national elections – our conversation are inevitably becoming more and […]

Use Evernote to Simplify Your Life

Perhaps you buy into Tim Ferris’ Four-Hour Work Week. Perhaps you believe in the 60-hour work week. Or perhaps you’re someone who falls in between. No matter where you fall, there is something to be said about working smarter rather than harder. I have slowly been evolving from someone who keeps everything to someone who […]