A Lesson in Mastery

Posted by on Oct 24, 2016 | No Comments
A Lesson in Mastery

At dinner the other night they had lobster bisque on the menu. Delicious! While I resisted the calories, I was immediately transported back in time, to our idlic summer vacation on the coast of Maine. Some of our greatest lessons can be found in the most unexpected places, and mine was a lesson in mastery. Having grown […]

The Disciplined Path. Because of What It Will Make Of You

Posted by on Aug 20, 2013 | One Comment

Discipline.  I’ve never much liked that word.  I wrote a post about my dislike of discipline more than four years ago (you can read that here), and here I am again back at it.  Struggling. A long time ago I heard a Jim Rohn quote that has stuck with me – “Become a millionaire because […]

Cultivating Mastery

Posted by on Aug 19, 2013 | One Comment

We’re in Maine and my eight year old has declared that we are not allowed to kill lobsters.  I’m normally not the killing type, but being that this is my first trip to Maine and since visions of eating lobster every day for a week had been dancing in my head since I booked the […]