After watching doctor and hospital TV shows when I was young, I know that a flat line on the heart monitor is a bad thing. Ups and downs identify life too. When you stop having ups and downs in your life, you are probably dead.… Continue Reading “Life Is Like Your Heart Beat”
Most winners know when to quit
Insights into fundamental realities help.
How you respond matters.
Gratitude is a winning feeling
Buying experience is cheap.
Everything is context. My best drive on the 18th at last week’s site of the Canadian Open, Glen Abbey, would be profoundly disappointing for Dustin Johnson. My “A” game at Tennis would beat nearly no one, but I could still enjoy it. My grandson… Continue Reading “Specific Outcomes Matter Only In Context”
Pay attention to others who can give you special knowledge.
Serendipity is beautiful word. Its form and sound add something to our language. It would be a good word even if I did not know what it meant. Its meaning is exciting too. Serendipity – the faculty or phenomenon of finding valuable or agreeable… Continue Reading “Serendipity”
There is a downside to having easy access to information. It is not as costly as the upside to having information available, but it is very difficult to overcome unless you know it is there. It manifests itself commonly when semi-informed people deal with… Continue Reading “Cheap Information Is Dangerous”