Gratitude and Living the Prioritized Life

Happy Thanksgiving! Have you ever been jealous of something someone else has only to later wonder why you cared at all in the first place? When mansions wrenched my psyche out of alignment… For lunch recently, I rode with two of my colleagues from our office in the Cumberland area of Atlanta to Buckhead (not… Continue reading Gratitude and Living the Prioritized Life

Gratitude and the nifty trick of stealing back your joy

This post is being published one week and one day from Thanksgiving. And I’d like you, whenever you read this, to make a point of injecting more gratitude into your life. Don’t just be thankful for a few things, but develop a practice of deep gratitude. One of the reasons why gratitude is important? Gratitude steals… Continue reading Gratitude and the nifty trick of stealing back your joy

Dear Santa – On Behalf of Our Kids

Dear Santa, Enclosed you’ll find Christmas lists from our three children – Jake, Sam, and Maggie. We are so proud of all three of them this year. Sure, they do the same kind of stuff that all 7 and 6 year olds do – it’s tough handling your feelings when you’re a kid. Every once… Continue reading Dear Santa – On Behalf of Our Kids

Being a Better Dad By Being Less Disciplined

E.L. Doctorow once said that “writing a novel is like driving a car at night. You can see only as far as your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way.” You don’t have to see where you’re going, you don’t have to see your destination or everything you will pass along the… Continue reading Being a Better Dad By Being Less Disciplined