Do the Impossible

I got a call from a gentlemen who owns a vacation home on the Jersey Shore. It seems that an undersized lot adjacent to his home is coming up for sale and he wanted to know what he should offer.* I was his second call. The first call to a residential appraiser who did a [...]

By |2017-12-27T11:33:10-05:00December 27th, 2017|Attitude, Service, Success|Comments Off on Do the Impossible

How Unique?

Answer Yes or No to the following: Is the work you do every day repetitive? Do you know the answer before you start? Can someone be trained to do what you do in a month or less? Is what you do something that any healthy adult can do? Does your work involve forms of any [...]

Ignore Your Cobra

I take issue with modern psychology. Sure we want to uncover repressed issues and deal with them, but discussing a problem ad nauseam hardly seems like the path to peace of mind. After all, nothing makes a wound fester like scratching at the scab. Let's say you bought a baby cobra (yes, a cobra, stick [...]

By |2017-10-04T08:22:03-04:00October 4th, 2017|Attitude, Freedom, Health & Wellness, Humor, Personal Development, Tactics|Comments Off on Ignore Your Cobra

Get Uncomfortable

I have done some reading lately by and about a Dutchman named Wim Hof. For years Hof, using himself as a guinea pig, has done experiments on the limits of human endurance (okay, some of them were stunts), specifically resistance to cold. Hof discovered that exposure to cold increases the number of brown fat cells, [...]

By |2017-09-08T10:38:13-04:00September 8th, 2017|Attitude, Books, Change, Charity, Creativity, Education, Grit, Health & Wellness, Personal Development, Stress|Comments Off on Get Uncomfortable

On Choosing Oneself

The age of the internet has spawned a new way of thinking. No longer do you have to wait to be cast, signed, published or discovered. You can publish your own e-book, shoot and edit a comedy video, or perform, mix and release a bluegrass song. Probably the first person to express this sentiment was [...]

By |2017-09-05T08:26:17-04:00September 5th, 2017|Attitude, Charity, Christianity, Service, Technology|Comments Off on On Choosing Oneself

The Diminutive

When I was a young professional, I was very sensitive about being called the diminutive, Bobby. Around the time I turned 50 I cared a whole lot less, because I was truly and indisputably an adult. Plus, I think I am 18.

By |2017-08-23T09:45:40-04:00August 23rd, 2017|Attitude|Comments Off on The Diminutive
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