The Some Day Game

Ever find yourself telling others how some day you are going to “fill in the blank”? I was notorious for this and learned a lot. The main thing I learned is, it’s a poor strategy for getting anything done in the world. Someday, I’m going to write that book. Someday, I’m going to build an online course. The someday song had me stuck in the future and unhappily dreaming about it in the now. As I told others about my somedays I felt a part of me was looking for approval, permission to live my intentions, etc. It wasn’t really


We Are Not Broken

Imagine you have the most expensive camera in the world and it’s one of a kind. There is only one and you own it! This camera can never be broken. What determines what the camera will see? The lens you are thinking, and you’re right. We are that camera! Our lens, however, was not put on us by choice. It was constructed by our culture, upbringing, past trauma, etc. The day we wake up is when we learn we can change the lens and see the same world from a different perspective. Different perspectives turn us into highly resourceful humans.


Sam Sciabarrasi

As I get ready to enter 2017, toughness is on my mind. Another word could be resilience. In 2016 I had many clients that said they were tough and resilient but the results proved different. No judgment here, I have my own issues. Recently an old and very dear friend of mine started posting on Facebook. If you want an example of tough and resilient, check out Sam Sciabarrasi. Sam planted his flag in the Pizza Business 30+ years ago and kept at it. Along the way, he got married and built a beautiful family of six children. Sam’s little


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