"I help those who hold a noble aspiration (leaders primarily) answer life’s two most important questions: What’s going on, and what’s the healthiest action I can take in this moment?"
We All Can Provide Leadership
God Made a Farmer and the Gratitude Test
A Woman in an Iron Lung Keeps the World Alive
More Than Man or Woman
The Lazy Man's Guide to Enlightenment
A Man to Remember
Symbols To Live By
The Charisma of Ideas
How Would You Know a Mature Person If You Met One?
Peeing Outdoors and Wealth
Read This and Find True Love, Send Your Kids to Harvard for Free, Walk on Water and Die Happy
Still Being Mothered by Stones
Buying a Ticket to Conflict
I Think About Killing My Wife and it Makes Me Happy
Ten Reasons We’ll Be Smiling in 5000 Years
The Root of a Lot of Laughter and Forgiveness
Communicating As Beautifully As Our Dreams
Sometimes We Must Risk It All
Mistakes: The Secret to Happiness
Respect and Its Opposite
Managing Change in Real Time
Encounter With the Big Mother of Commitment
Choosing Love When it Comes to Chicks
We All Can Be Steve Jobs In the Way That Matters Most
This Bug May Be Healthier Than Apple
Humility When Stuff Hits the Fan
Not Malicious, Just Nuts
The CEO Speaks of Heartbreak
Essence of a Noble Aspiration
Creating Your Identity 1.0
Why (Evidently) I Asked to Be a Drunk
The Most Accomplished Person on Earth Has Nothing on Us
Which Would You Prefer: To Win the Lottery, Or Become Paraplegic?
Creating a Vision
My Phone Call With Osama
The Plot Doesn't Thicken Without Troublemakers
For Pain and Laughs, You Can't Beat an AA Meeting
The Gold of Niggers and Injuns
The World Cup and the World's Future
Imagine Spending 10,000 Hours Becoming Happy
The Myth of Hard Work and the Gift of Baloney
Remembering You Kindly: The Hardest Job on Earth
How To Tell When We're Approaching Sainthood
Lovely Stephen Huneck and the Power of Pain
Pennies for Prejudice [useful absurdity for a peaceful heart]
Weeping With the President
What Were You Thinking, Sister Margaret?
Fried Grasshoppers on the Road to Enlightenment
Lightening the Load of Taking Ourselves Seriously
Happiness: The Great Ambition
Without Resentments, What the Heck Are We Going to Talk About?
Death Ends a Life, Not a Relationship
We Can Never Have Too Many Healthy Parents
Corky Burr and the Keepers of Awe
Running for Life
Family of the Heart
Loving Mud: A Valentine
Apples Cause Insanity, Then We Laugh
Divine Perversity and the Death of Masks
Young at Love
Building a Cathedral
My Son Was Born Smiling, Bald, and 220 Pounds
The Elusive Meaning of “Support Our Troops”
The Beautiful Future of Eliot Spitzer
Suppose Jesus Had Been Molested by a Priest
Ruthless Saints: A Sign of Life
Mr. Obama and the Consciousness of We
Dancing on the Grave of the Lone Ranger
The Heart of Social Responsibility
Learning at the Speed of Fear
The Part of Me That is Black
If I Were the Minister of Extreme Sports
Winning the Lottery of Love
Why I Love Alzheimer’s
Child Molesters Are Good Teachers
I Am a Terrorist
Seeing Right Through You and Enjoying the View
Becoming an Elder
Fear Should Win the Nobel Peace Prize
A 9/11 Story
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