All of us feel stuck at some point in our lives, and it’s no wonder. The scientific community suggests that the average adult makes approximately 35,000 decisions each day…Read More
I live in Alberta, Canada. You may not know this, but Alberta is Canada’s oil province; kind of like Texas is for the US.Read More
Resilience is a funny thing. We only need it when things go wrong. The rest of the time it’s something for others to worry about.Read More
You’ve heard the phrase “You get what you focus on”. Or in my words, “How you see is what you get”.Read More
Some of the most rewarding events for me as a keynote speaker are when I get to speak to people in healthcare.Read More
If you’ve heard me use the phrase before “When you change the way you see the world, you change the world”, there’s a good chance that the image that comes to mind is one of massive change…Read More
After a year of rehab, I finally found out last week that the shoulder injury I’ve been dealing with isn’t really an injury. That is, it’s not something that can be fixed, with surgery or without, but is simply “worn out”.
Last week, while speaking to a group of healthcare professionals working towards a goal unimaginable a decade ago, that of a HIV/ AIDS Free Generation, a woman in the audience asked how we could work towards removing the stigma surrounding HIV/ AIDS.Read More
With Halloween upon us, I thought you might appreciate this funny story from the archives of “weird stuff that happens when you have no legs…”Read More
Yesterday, while cycling up my favourite section of my favourite ride, it finally dawned on me why I enjoyed this section of the ride so much. I loved this part because I had cracked the code; but up until yesterday I couldn’t have put it in those words for you.Read More
It never ceases to amaze me how deep the rabbit hole goes when it comes to perception. To how, what and why we see what we see…Read More
Imagine for a moment that you’re skipping through a mountain meadow; the sun shining on your beaming face; a gentle breeze blows on your cheeks so that you are not too hot; not too cold. Birds are chirping…Read More
I spent a few days in Toronto recently, and while I loved the energy of being in a big city, something interesting happened when I took a shortcut through a tiny park beside St James’ Church.
Every now and then, the stars align in a way that make things clearer for me that they were before. When that happens, I like to share.Read More