Still, The Stress Comes Back

March 14, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Tonight, there was one thing on my heart. Although it’s Spring Break for many of us, there is still plenty of stress happening in our lives, whether at work or at home. Stress can destroy us emotionally and physically. It’s one of the toughest things to deal with. I try to channel my stress in ways that are constructive like focus at work, walking...
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Who?... Me?

March 13, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Earlier today, while enjoying my $1.50 hotdog lunch special at Costco, I noticed a guy who I could have swore was Ryan Gosling. It’s not that I pay much attention to famous people in public or look for them, but this guy could have been his twin. I decided to make a game out of it for the next five minutes and see how many other people reminded me...
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It's Never Too Late to Change

March 12, 2019  •  1 Comment
Have you ever had the thought that you may be living the best, or worst, times of your life and everything is either uphill or downhill from here? I’ve had moments when I wished time would just stand still so I could stay in that moment forever. On the other hand, I’ve had moments when it felt like I was stuck in time during some of the worst momen...
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Finding Time to Hear God

March 11, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Sitting on a bench somewhere in the middle of an unknown park listening to the birds sing, the wind blowing through the trees, and enjoying the warmth of the sun as it brushes over your face in-between trees that sway; now THAT is my idea of relaxation. Finding the time, or rather making the time, to sit on that illusive bench is something many of...
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Looking Over the Edge of Freedom's Cliff

March 10, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Earlier in my software sales career, while working with a large IT organization on a contract, the person who was my main contact had the job of corralling multiple silos of their business together in order to determine how many licenses of software each was consuming and whether they actually needed what they were allocated from corporate. It was...
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