A Good Decision-Clarifying Question

I’ve written before about having a decision-making filter. Decisions are often made in the heat of the moment or avoided and put off down the line because we get overwhelmed or are afraid of the consequences of what we decide. Having a filter for decisions – a decision making ethic, if you will – helps… Continue reading A Good Decision-Clarifying Question

We Must Make Trade-Offs

Currently Reading (and being influenced by): Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown (affiliate link) —————————- One of the biggest obstacles to living simply in the suburbs (or anywhere else) is our misguided and misinformed attempt to fit everything into our schedules. When we make all things our priorities, we make nothing our priority… Continue reading We Must Make Trade-Offs

Go After What You Want

#Skillz. #basketball #youthsports #kindergarten A video posted by Brett (@brettcohrs) on Dec 12, 2014 at 1:59pm PST I had a strange emotional reaction while watching my son play in his first ‘semi’-competitive basketball. The children on my son’s team (the green team in the video above) looked to their coach every time before taking a… Continue reading Go After What You Want