As a nurse and a father who has been directly involved in the birth of our children, I have a passion for new parents and babies. As a Prenatal Coach my first client is in her last trimester with…Continue
After reading Seth Godin's The Dip, I find myself in general agreement with him, but I don't find it as easy as he claims to differentiate a dip from a cul-de-sac. Especially when some endeavors are…Continue
I followed Dan's suggestion about taking a business person to lunch yesterday. It was the most information-for-the-money that I've ever received. ( 90 minutes of 1:1 for less than $20?!! ) He confirmed a lot of the concepts that I've learned among the 48Days network. And he confirmed that my planning is on-track for marketability of the products.
His biggest recommendation: selling what you DO and what you KNOW will be more profitable than selling STUFF. And multiple…Continue
Two days ago we had a $5 bill and a couple of $1s in our pocket, but no change for the toll road that would have been the fastest route to our destination. My wife suggested stopping somewhere to ask to exchange paper money for some quarters, but the little voice inside me said, "No, we have time to take the slower road, and perhaps we'll find something interesting along the way". Not planning to buy much with only $7 in pocket. I stopped at a surplus store to see if they still had…Continue
This I believe: Pain is a symptom of something-gone-wrong. Only by accepting it and getting through it can we know when the condition causing it has been healed. Ongoing attempts to mask pain or avoid it (whether by drugs, denial, or diversions) lead to one or both of two things: A-- never going through the process of healing, or B-- a state of being wherein one never knows if the original problem is still a problem--or not. Thus the avoidance of pain leads to a life that always feels…Continue