Ready to Quit Drifting Through Life?

I remember my first coaching session with Ellen well. She'd had aclose call with cancer, and it had been a wake up call for her. "Idon't want to just  keep going through the motions in my life.  It'stime to stop drifting and  figure out why I'm alive.  I'm fortunate.The cancer is in remission. Now,  it's…

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Don’t Miss the Accomplishments of Life

I've been in a dilemma as to what to write about this week, just one day before my daughter's graduation from high school, and suddenly I realized that life is what there was to write about. Here's what transpired this week, and how it pertains to living on purpose. It's been a pretty typical week…

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Are We Throwing Out the Baby with the Bathwater?

Couple quick 'news flashes' before the article: Life On Purpose Institute now has its own Facebook page. Won't you be our friend on Facebook and share the page with your friends as well?  Who knows, Facebook could be a great tool for creating a world on purpose. And I'm thrilled to be back on the…

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Meet Butch Lumpkin – Golfer Extraordinaire

One of my former clients sent me a link today to this video and when I first saw it I wondered, "why is he sending it to me?  I don't even play golf.  Well, the video is about golf and it's not. It's really about an extraordinary golfer and human being. Check it out, and…

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Ranting: The Gulf Oil Spill Calamity

Okay, so Ann and I don't as a general practice watch a lot of news on TV, especially not in the morning and especially not on Monday…except for some reason Ann turned it on this morning as I was stretching out my back and I caught some of the news on CNN about the 5,000…

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How to Tame Your Money Worries

On a timely topic related to one of my 'collaborative adventures' I love, did you happen to catch Mark Silver's "3 am Money Worry" teleclass this past week?  If not, not to worry.  It's available online.  I attended and I plan to listen to the recording as well.  A lot of good, in depth information…

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Local Items for FreeCycling

I love Freecycle (learn more about it here). I enjoy finding items that still have some good use but for which I no longer have a need. And it's been especially helpful this past year when we had so many usable items left in one of our rental houses (along with over 2,000 pounds of…

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Kind Words: What Others Say about the Life On Purpose Process

Over the years many people have been so nice to share some heart-felt kind words about how the Life On Purpose Process has enhanced their lives, so I wanted to pull some of these together in one central place. If you have experienced the Life On Purpose Process, whether through a 1-on-1 coaching relationship, through…

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Transparency – What Happened with the TeleRetreat?

Since the election of our new president a little over a year ago, the subject of transparency in government and our economy has become a hot topic, and I think it's a trend that should be fostered. So, I thought I'd give it a go myself by being more forthcoming and transparent with what's happening…

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Jim Carrey Shares about His Life On Purpose

I found this while signing up for Jason Stein's Monday Morning Minute and it was so refreshing to hear a celebrity, especially a celebrity who's known for being a 'monkey' (to use his own term) or such a wild and crazy guy — to hear him share so authentically about living true to his own…

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