Tag: perception

Wheel of Life: March 2019 Edition – HERE IT COMES!

Boy, I woke up from a nap in the afternoon and realized that I had forgotten my wheel of life podcast! HEARTBREAKING! Rest assured, I’ve delivered it and it’s time to kick things off! So for those of you tuning in for the first…

Vientiane, Laos: Part II & The End – Opinion Has Changed

So, I’m standing in this long immigration line and I couldn’t help but look and see who was around me.  Smokers from Russia over my left shoulder, smoking where everyone was standing; backpackers who had red eyes a couple of people in front of…

Wheel of Life: October 2018 Edition – Closing Out The Year

Another month, another close.  Yes, it’s been a year with far more ups than downs, but the closing is coming to an end. How will you leave your mark? For those of you tuning in for the first time, this is a podcast that’s…

Positive Mental Attitude: Season 2 – Episode 22 – Quotient Analysis – Part C

Here we go! This is the last part of the quotient analysis!  If you haven’t already done Part A or Part B, I suggest you hit the links on the left and do them before the last part. 13. Learning from defeat (a) Does…

Stephen Covey: Application Suggestions: Emotional Bank Account, Empathy, Closing Your Ears, Autobiographical Responses

It’s time to apply what we’ve already learned about in the blog post: The Emotional Bank Account, with our daily lives.  This has to be the Top 5 most viewed blog on my website.  My guess is it’s providing a significant amount of feedback, and like…

You’re Either Positive; Or You’re Negative

Family After going through a journey back home to America in 2012, meeting some of the most magnificent people in Thailand, Japan, and Hawaii, you could imagine how high I was on Cloud 9.  I felt like I had conquered everything.  I was really…

Stephen Covey’s Understanding & Perception

The world would be a vast place of harmonious prosperity ONLY IF WE UNDERSTOOD life through the eyes of other people.  If I was the president of any country, I would try seeing and understanding the world through the eyes of other countries that…

Thailand: 5 Years & Counting – What Have I Learned?

When I first landed, I was astounded by the humidity.  Yes, I had come here once before, but the humidity wasn’t at this magnitude.  Being in Sukhumvit in May is like being in a damn oven – filled with stenches beyond this planet. I…

Lisa Nichols – Diagnose The Problems, Resolve It, & Move Onto Your Abundant Life

I talked about having money blueprints and how they have been such a powerful influence on virtually everyone’s life.  Geographical, Cultural, Spiritual, Gender, Economical, Spiritual…..one of these played a huge part in how we view money. For instance, when I was young, I remember…

Jack Canfield – When In Doubt, Check It Out

“There may be some substitute for hard facts, but if there is, I have no idea what it can be.”  – J. Paul Getty Too many of us often way waste valuable time assuming what other people are thinking or doing.  Rather than just…