I was approaching one of those birthdays that end in a “zero” when a colleague recommended Codi Shewan’s book, Everyday Legacy: Lessons for Living with Purpose, Right Now.  Perfect timing as I am past the halfway marker on the road in life, and there is something about those mile-marker birthdays that make you more reflective. Continue reading “From the Bookshelf: Everyday Legacy: Lessons for Living with Purpose, Right Now” »

A theory that was first articulated by mathematician and meteorologist Edward Lorenz is known as the Butterfly Effect.  It basically says that the flapping of a butterfly’s wings, when taking off from a tree in Brazil, which crosses paths with a bird flying by, which unites with a warm breeze off the ocean, which then meets up with a random gust of wind, which then blows off into the ocean, could possibly result in a tornado or major storm to occur in Japan! Continue reading “Butterfly Choices: Making Decisions That Matter” »