Tag Archives: decisions

Stop Being Afraid

I’ve been mentoring someone -let’s call him George – and he was simply scared. All I did was ask questions and listen. I slowly helped him peel back the artificial wrappings of a box of rotten candy – and the … Continue reading

Why Bother? Really?

Why bother? (Or don’t have to because…) My boss loves me… I make enough money… I feel comfortable where I am… It’s hard looking for something new… My wife is a doctor… My dad is a lawyer… I am too … Continue reading

Final Respect

The story of the 11 year old Chinese boy who died last month of brain cancer but not before donating his organs, is a sad yet an uplifting one. But the photo of the doctors paying their respect as his … Continue reading

Home And My People

Being new to Houston, I was amused to find out there is a “Houston, we have a problem” festival! Hmm… somebody has a sense of humor. Good omen 🙂 I hit my new city last Friday. Yes, I missed the … Continue reading

Hard Decisions Made Easier

I am all for bold and decisive action. Better to regret the things you’ve done vs. those you never tasted. Yet, some decisions are hard to take. Can we stop the cycle of agonizing over our decisions? Can we make … Continue reading

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