4 Steps to Achieving the Impossible

Those who know me well know that I love to plan, to aspire, and to hopefully accomplish.  I remember planning at age 10 for my profession, at age 20 for my parenthood, and at age 30 for my “retirement” years.  I’ve always had the philosophy to “plan your age”: that is, if you’re 25 years…

The Million Dollar Question: A Very Personal Perspective

Easily the most commonly-cited philosophical question one asks to emphasize their wonderment around a sense of purpose is “why are we here?”  I certainly can’t profess to know the absolute answer to such a profound question; in fact, I can’t profess to know whether such an answer exists.  What I do know, however, is that…