Watch Out for the Drop! Random Acts of Kindness in Israel

August 12th, 2016

The place: Sea of Galilee In Israel. The time: 1984. I am 18, laying on the beach, eating a Granny Smith apple, and reading Herman Hesse’s Steppenwolf, not exactly beach reading. A group of about 7 or 8 boys run past me and go into the water. After a few beats, I look up and

Have a Complain-Free Week and An Attitude of Gratitude!

August 10th, 2016

We typically complain about all aspects of our lives, from the time we get up to the time we go to sleep! We complain about our jobs, our bosses, traffic, our spouses, boyfriends, girlfriends, partners, children, employees, teams, business,money, taxes, and on and on. Complaining only removes us from taking control of what we’re complaining

Message in a Bottle: Random Acts of Kindness

July 16th, 2016

Do you remember the movie, Message in a Bottle, with Kevin Costner and Robin Wright Penn? A similar thing happened to me the other day. I wrangled my 12 year old son, Michael away from Counter Strike on PC and we brought our 2 year old Siberian Husky, Bolt to Cabrillo Beach, CA. We walked

Paying it Forward: Recognize Other People You See Every Day!

July 6th, 2016

    An awesome connection was created between two strangers in Belmont, New Hampshire, population 7,500. Kyle Bigler was working one of his full time jobs at the Dunkin Donuts one morning and served Joanna Griffiths her morning coffee at 7:30 AM and then at 10:45 PM, she saw him again 8.5 miles away at


June 30th, 2016

Having an Attitude of Gratitude can improve your life. Creating a culture of gratitude can improve your life in the following ways: Gratitude improves relationships. Saying thank you shows another person appreciation for what was given and may turn an acquaintance into a friend. Acknowledging other’s contributions can lead to possible collaborations on other projects

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