Unleash the Quiet Power of Intention (Part 2) – Andy Williams

Unleash the Quiet Power of Intention (Part 2) – Andy Williams

This is part two (part 1 is here) of my interview with Andy Williams, whose super power is being intentional. We cover things like how sometimes a masterplan can obscure better opportunities. We also discuss how he and his wife have built their marriage very intentionally. We discuss the value of pushing a comfort zone right up to what he…
The Stories and WHY behind the UnYielded Podcast – Bobbi Kahler (with John Cerqueira)

The Stories and WHY behind the UnYielded Podcast – Bobbi Kahler (with John Cerqueira)

Why did Bobbi create the UnYielded podcast? Bobbi Kahler tells stories of her own life that explain why she cares so much about giving a voice to those who have thrived through difficult challenges. Listen to John Cerqueira (episode 001) interview Bobbi Kahler about why she created the UnYielded podcast. Bobbi Kahler on her mindset during a 10-year health crisis…
From Striving to Answering the Call of Music – Stanton Lanier

From Striving to Answering the Call of Music – Stanton Lanier

Stanton Lanier has navigated some crossroads and big transitions. He went from being a chemistry major to having a 15-year business career to being a financial planner, to becoming a composer and pianist known around the world. He now has composed and recorded 12 albums and his music touches 5 million lives annually across 140 countries. I encourage you to…
Truly Alive, Fully Awake

Truly Alive, Fully Awake

In February of this year, I began a new habit of working out on the bike trainer, which is down in our sun room.  It was late afternoon on a Sunday and I was in the midst of my second workout on the bike.  It was brutal.  I felt sluggish.  I decided that I might not be able to maintain…
Close call that changes it all . . .

Close call that changes it all . . .

Ten years ago today, I woke up, tired.  Again.  With my usual self-recriminations I told myself to quit being such a baby.  Lots of people get tired.  I made it into the master bathroom and pulled the kitchen stool that I had commandeered months earlier, over to the bathroom sink to begin the process of brushing my teeth.  A few…