Category Archives: Personal mastery

Choosing Counselors


I have begun to think of all the counselors that I have had over the years.  When you think of counselors, your mind is probably drawn to people you pay to get their advice like myself.  When you think from … Continue reading

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Pain to Euphoria


Life is sometimes like climbing a mountain.  Tyler is an avid hiker and wanted to take the family on a hike to Heather Lake in the Cascades of Washington.  I was up for the hike but had some fear and … Continue reading

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Red Dog


You may be wondering why such an odd title for a jlog (my blog).  Am I going to be talking about an Irish Setter that is red?  They are very pretty dogs, but I’m not going to be talking about … Continue reading

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What You See Isn’t What You Get


We have been on this 2 week journey through Arizona and now Colorado.  We stopped in Grand Junction to visit friends and family and found something very interesting.  First of all a side-note.  Does anyone know how Grand Junction, CO … Continue reading

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Snow in May


Nadine and I had been planning on taking a 3 week road trip to Colorado, followed by Wyoming and then to Lacy, Washington to attend Tyler’s college graduation.  We were anticipating this journey for a long time and June 29th … Continue reading

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Decision-Making Tree


Decisions are an everyday occurrence and sometimes we get tired of making decisions all day long.  What to have for dinner?  What clothes to wear for work?  What clothes to pick out for school for our children?  To go on … Continue reading

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Working With Integrity


When I was growing up, my dad would take me places where he was called upon to fix a sink, or tile a wall, or place formica on a counter top.  There was almost nothing that my father couldn’t do. … Continue reading

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