Lessons from a Teakettle

I happened onto an article about Glenn Frey (recently deceased legendary member of The Eagles) talking about his first encounters with Jackson Browne (legendary singer/songwriter). Back in the day when both guys, along with other notable soon-to-be-legends like Don Henley and Linda Ronstadt, were starving musicians in L.A., Glenn “just happened” to move in right

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Again & Always

It’s him … again. He’s holding another shiny, bright gold ring, beautiful and gleaming, just like all the others have been. You’ve seen it so many times before. It’s the enemy, making the same promises you’ve heard before on thousands of occasions. “You need this.” “It’ll feel great.” “You don’t want to stop.” “What’s the

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Lessons from the Trapeze

When we watch a trapeze artist, for them and for those watching, the most exciting and entertaining moments aren’t the ones where they are standing high in the air waiting to jump out or swinging back and forth on the suspended bar. Whether holding on with their hands, seated, or secured with their legs, the

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Lions & Hyenas

If I showed you a picture of a lion and a hyena, could you tell the difference? Of course you could. But in the everyday jungle where we live, it isn’t nearly that obvious. I got a call the other day, one that I have received far too many times and, of course, over many

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