Perseverance and Resilience

This past Sunday Tiger Woods became the second oldest man to win the Masters at 43 years old, just 3 years younger than Jack Nicklaus, who last won the Masters at 46. Additionally, this Sunday Tiger received his 5th Masters jacket and 15th Major tournament win; while...

2 Sides to the Same Coin: Strategy vs. Tactics

Strategy and Tactics.  Though both words have a different purpose, they are often interchanged, and, in my opinion, they go hand in hand.  I believe one without the other is useless: strategy is about where you are going and why you want to go there, while tactics are...

Quality or Quantity?

Which is better, quality or quantity? I suppose it depends on what is important to you. I recently read a story about a dedicated family man who also brought his work home with him each night. He made it a priority to always be home for dinner and to make time to play...

Being Happy or Being Right?

Being right makes me happy, because being wrong makes me a fool, or so I thought. We live in an age where technology has made voicing your opinion easy. I am constantly hearing and reading things that people agree and disagree with. Ultimately when there is...

Something Worth Enjoying Now

As many of you know I collect bad habits; cigars, wine and whisk(e)y are certainly some of my favorite vices. While my collections pale in comparison to many of my friends, they are still extensive nonetheless. Recently I had dinner with some friends and they opened...

Sympathy vs. Empathy

I am a fixer. When I see or hear a problem, my reaction is to solve the problem and move on from it. To me, all the noise that surrounds the problem is just that, noise. While it’s great being proactive, the problem with simply  “removing the nail” is that there is no...

Is Technology Making Me Dumber or Better?

Is technology making us dumber or better? The answer is YES!! 😊 While you can’t deny the pros of using technology, I still believe that technology is making us dumber. Having access to all this technology right at our fingertips requires us to think less. One negative...

Je vais de mieux en mieux

Emile Coué was a French psychologist and pharmacist that developed a method of self-improvement called autosuggestion, a very simple process of repeating something to one self. Emile Coué used it to heal his patients by telling them “Tous les jours, à tous points de...

Defining the Relationship

Greetings from Cuba! With travel being one of my many passions, I have had the opportunity to visit many parts of the world, and one of the things that I have noticed during my travels is how people view money and their relationship with it. I have found that in many...

Achieving Success

If I offered you $20 to cross an empty street, I bet you would take me up on it.  But if I offered you $20 to cross a busy intersection, you would probably think twice. But I would bet that you would run through that same busy intersection for free if a loved one was...

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