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Choice and the Meaning of Life

Posted on February 18th, 2008 in Personal, Resources

Approximately 15 years ago shortly after my infant daughter, Andrea, died, I agreed to participate in a 3-day workshop called the Forum offered by Landmark Education. I took the course because I wanted to sort out the meaning of my daughter’s short life and of her death. I was grieving, depressed and troubled and willing […]

Playing the Human Game

Posted on December 3rd, 2007 in Personal, Resources

My life seems to work better when I think of it as a game, the Human Game of being. I have also discovered that my clients’ legal problems tend to get resolved more easily, with better results and less stress when they agree to play the Human Game with me. Here is how we play. […]

The Power of Clear Communication

Posted on October 11th, 2007 in Personal, Resources

I like to tell my clients that there are 4 ways to communicate: You can be PASSIVE, You can be PASSIVE-AGGRESSIVE, You can be AGGRESSIVE, or You can be ASSERTIVE. AND, IN MY OPINION, ONLY ONE WAY WORKS! Wikipedia defines passive as: the opposite of active. We have all met passive people. Initially, they seem […]

The Power of the Platinum Rule

Posted on September 2nd, 2007 in Personal, Resources

Everybody knows what the Golden Rule is. No, not that Golden Rule; this one: Do onto others as you would have others do onto you. Professor Harry J. Gensler teaches in the philosophy department of John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio. He wrote his doctoral dissertation on the Golden Rule at the University of Michigan […]

Choosing Beliefs

Posted on August 25th, 2007 in Personal, Resources

Wikipedia defines “Choice” as follows: Choice consists of the mental process of thinking involved with the process of judging the merits of multiple options and selecting one of them for action. Some simple examples include deciding whether to get up in the morning or go back to sleep and selecting a given route to make […]

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