Focus – on Attitude

Life Lesson Of The Week Change is inevitable. Many things are out of your control, but what you can always control is your reactions. -Rachelle S’ Life Lesson from Waukee, Iowa Focus On It One of the things I found in the research for my latest book, Running From Yourself, is that we have so […]

Steve Grand Says No To Fear

I like to consider myself an All American Boy. It’s tough to say that as a (nearly) 30-year-old, but it is still a great picture in my mind. Steve Grand, a brand new face on the country music scene is an All American Boy. He is also gay. Not many people have made the transition […]

Orwell’s Greatest Fear

Much as been made of late of George Orwell’s famous book, 1984. While I haven’t read it, Goodreads says, “1984 presents a startling and haunting vision of the world, so powerful that it is completely convincing from start to finish.” A recent Business Insider article reviewed a wider range of Orwell’s work and found that his […]

An Example of Bad Business

I recently received the following email: In reading it I got to wondering why this person was scared. They appear to be scared of: Being Personal Researching Me Oh, and knowing that you never, ever inquired with me. Life does not have to be scary. Be involved!

I’ve Never Read The Classics

There. I said it. And the world didn’t end. Sure I would love to read The Great Gatsby or The Crucible but I just don’t have the time. I’m not afraid to read them. Quite the contrary. When I did finally read To Kills a Mockingbird, I loved it. It’s just I fear missing out on today. […]

Cher Proves There is Nothing Left to Fear

Not  much can be said about Cher. She is a world-renowned artist who has been performing in one form or another since she was one part of Sonny & Cher in 1965. She is credited with creating a sense of female autonomy and self-actualization in the entertainment industry, not to mention her 140 million records sold […]