As I walk the planet, I believe, through accumulated experiences, that I at least know by now what fulfills me.

But it is a bit of a puzzle. Here are some of the pieces to the life puzzle as I see it in 2017.



Trust in the wisdom that created you.



As long as I am able, I gotta MOVE. Move well. Move often. You have to move to improve. Eat smart, too.



I have always believed that connection trumps content.

Making a personal connection with your players / students builds a trust that allows for the teacher to appear.



Gratitude turns everything you have into enough.  I wish you enough!



Lao Tzu said, “Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished”.  I can not improve on that.



It’s pretty simple - it’s possible that you can out-coach me, but not possible that can out-work me.



The status quo does not satisfy me. I have to tinker.

Just because we can be content with having “enough” doesn’t mean we should stop reaching and striving to be better at things.

I know I can work at being more aware. I can give more time to others. I can reach out more. I can be be more disciplined.

I can read more books and take more classes. I need to act on these and keep moving the needle in a healthy direction.

Transformation really means going beyond your current form. This is always possible.

Even established pros can get better at the things they already do well.



Honesty should be automatic. Prefer a loss to a dishonest gain.



“You have your way, I have mine. As for the right way, the correct way, the only way, it dos not exist”. ~ Friedrich Nietzsche


“Sometimes peace is better than being right”. ~unknown



I know little, but I am here to learn.



I’m happiest when I’m creating. You know, Einstein said that imagination is more important than knowledge.

Even if it wasn’t I’d still tap into my imagination regularly!



I love to play. I am a kid at heart. “You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than a year of conversation”. ~ Plato


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