Monthly Archives: January 2011

Getting Unstuck: Weekly Challenge No. 1

The Five-to-One Challenge I want to believe Mom’s coaching that “Sticks and stones can break my bones, but words can never hurt me.” But unless you’ve got Teflon skin, it’s really not true. Studies have repeatedly shown the strong impacts … Continue reading

Chronological Blog, Positive Psychology, Weekly Challenges

Stumble on Something Yourself

If you keep on going, chances are you will stumble on something, perhaps when you least expect it, according to Charles F. Kettering, the successful American inventor and businessman. This week and in future weeks, I’ll draft challenges aimed at … Continue reading

Chronological Blog, Weekly Challenges

Defining Stuck

“Each creature in its own manner clung tightly to the twigs and rocks of the river bottom, for clinging was their way of life, and resisting the current what each had learned at birth.” (Richard Bach, Illusions) is a work … Continue reading

Chronological Blog, Feeling Stuck

This Year, Change Your Mind

It turns out old brains can learn new tricks. And since my New Year’s resolution of getting unstuck means learning, growing and being willing to look at the world a little differently, Oliver Sacks’ article, “This Year, Change Your Mind” … Continue reading

Books & Article Links, Capacity to Change, Chronological Blog

Hello world!

Welcome to my new website, which will be a journey of discovery — possibly more of a technical than philosophical nature for a while until I figure out how to use Bluehost, customize WordPress, and create a blog! Please check back … Continue reading

Chronological Blog