Randy Hain Book Review

The sooner professionals ask questions about how to balance excelling at work with meaning in life the sooner real life begins.  I believe Randy’s book and his insightful interview format will help others more easily and wisely address this significant life challenge of meaning.  By peering into the lives of professionals who have sought meaning […]

Sitting, Resting, Eating

According to a study by Columbia University, there are significant benefits to sitting down to eat a meal as a family.   The study concludes that when we eat more meals sitting down together good things happen. …”everyone eats healthier meals, kids are less likely to be obese, smoke cigarettes, drink alcohol, try marijuana….their grades […]

Vision without values

I visited with a friend at his office one sunny day several months ago.   When I walked into his office on the 17th floor I saw a magnificent view of the rolling hills of north Georgia. The sea of green, the landscape, the wide horizon and the tall Georgia pines were all before me…it […]

The Source

As a young boy, Frank loved milk.  For breakfast he had milk and cereal.  At lunch he always drank milk with his sandwich and his mom made him hot chocolate milk after school.   And, yes, like all kids, he loved to dip Oreos in his milk.   Frank loved it when his mom went […]