Henrietta Lukemeyer was an elderly lady who lived down the hill from my childhood home in Indiana. She rarely stopped by to say hello to my mom, but when she did I remember her positive energy and politeness. She always wore a smile and smelled like fresh flowers. Sometimes she sold Avon products door to… Continue reading Henrietta Lukemeyer
Lumbersexual, vape, dark web, ad blocker, and selfie. These words or expressions have become popular over the last few years. Our thirst for their meanings have much significance for our future and new age culture. Many words that I was taught as impolite or even vulgar as a child have become mainstream in our elementary… Continue reading The 2017 Word of the Year is Uniphilarsian
How Big is Your Cube? It was just a silly game at work. You know, the psychological kind that asks one to imagine a forest, a key on the ground, or a fork in the road. Each vision relates to one's love life, likelihood of success, or hopes, dreams and fears. I was asked… Continue reading How Big is Your Cube?
Everything in life begins with a dream. For ten years I had enjoyed the career of a diamond merchant. The jewelry business had become my passion. With my wife-to-be sitting close to me in our quaint apartment, we uttered the possibility of a jewelry company that could offer intriguing designs at less than normal… Continue reading Success is a State of Mind
FlyUp!™ Fully Live Your Unlimited Potential There are so many things that excite me, and sometimes I become enthralled in subjects in what many would call trivial. One day I became fixated on the word combination of "unlimited potential." It was such a positive expression, and seemed to summarize my belief in the awesome capabilities… Continue reading Fully Live Your Unlimited Potential. FLY UP!
We are all self-made. The people and objects that surround us are a direct consequence of the thoughts we have harbored in our minds. When I think of my world, I attribute it to concentrating on the present and the future instead of peering back at my misfortunes and mistakes. I try not to spend… Continue reading Avoid Looking Over Your Shoulder