Don’t Kill the Goose

“To kill the Goose that Laid Golden Eggs” is a famous idiom from Aesop’s fables, numbered 87 and has been an inspiration for me over the years. Lately, it has gained even more of my mindshare as I reflected on it from a couple of perspectives — the farmer and the goose, as it relates to […]

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To Worry or Not to Worry?

Do we have a choice?  I sure think we do.  It became a lot easier for me when I began to define worry as—guaranteed misery today for something that may or may not happen in the future. In fact, I have heard statements like 90% of the things you worry about never actually happen and […]

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Big Decisions or Small Choices?

You do realize that I have a bias on this topic, as you may notice based on the graphic that I chose to go with this post.  Those of you who have read my previous posts about big choices vs. small choices may not see anything new here, but I am trying my very best […]

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