November 11 is Veterans Day in the USA, a day to say thank you to our military veterans. You don’t have to look very far in America to find a veteran today.
When you do, give them a hug, a salute, or a handshake and say thank you.
These people, our veterans, have bought and paid for the freedoms we all cherish, the democracy we love and saw in action this week again. They step out of their comfortable lives and step forward when the question is asked, “Who will go into danger for us?”
It’s Memorial Day in the United States, the day set aside to remember the sacrifice of those who have died while serving in our country’s military.
Dr. Peter Jannetta taught me cranial nerve surgery and countless life lessons. I am forever grateful to have known him and studied under him.
Farewell to Gordon Livingston, an amazing man who taught me (and all of his readers) so much about life, love, grief, and mental wellness. Gordon passed away in March from heart failure. His heart carried so much love and so much pain, having lost two of his sons in a thirteen-month period.
Hope is a crucial component of a healthy, happy life. When we begin to feel hopeless, everything can spiral out of control.
I was reminded of that fact one night in the emergency room, when hopelessness won.
If you struggle with feelings of hopeless, hold on. This article will show you where to find hope, and help you feel better.
Next-Level Thinking is the Most Important Secret to Success
It separates ‘good’ from ‘great,’ and it can really transform your life if you’re trying to reach new milestones in any area.
If I’m really honest, the biggest positive changes I’ve ever seen in others happened after I changed me first.
Falling Through the Ice: When Life Gives Way Underneath You Lisa and I went hiking on a beautiful mountain in Wyoming with our friends, Al and Kristen. It was a beautiful Saturday, and having four adults, two kids, and two dogs made us feel safe that we’d scare off any bears or mountain lions that […]
Mission creep is a productivity killer. It spreads you thin, so that you sometimes can’t even remember what the real mission was in the first place. In this episode of YST, we learn to stop mission creep in its tracks.