SENIOR REINVENTION – Rules and Guidelines

January 3, 2013 in Personal Growth, Senior Reinvention, Seniors Changing Careers, Uncategorized

As seniors, we have the life earned ability to look back at years of experiences, education and decisions. Good and bad, these are all part of the events that have shaped our lives into who we are today. Many of us are pleased about where we are in life and many of us wish that […]

Career Change – Going into Real Estate

December 21, 2012 in Personal Growth, Seniors Changing Careers, The Economy, Uncategorized

I am 66 years old. Big Deal! Everyone faces a time when they must decide on what job and career to pursue or follow. Young people face this in high school and then in college and again while they go through their work years as twenty and thirty year olds. This is normal. Rarely do […]

As We Grow Older – Keeping a Proper Perspective on Problems

November 30, 2012 in Personal Growth

As we age as individuals, one might surmise that problems and challenges might become easier to handle. For some people this is true. They have the ability to let things not bother them. For most others, problems and challenges later in life can become huge burdens. Much of this burden is based on the fact […]

Is Being Desperate the Answer?

November 29, 2012 in Our World

You are reading something written by a desperate person who is gravely concerned about where our country is headed. Here’s some background. Nowhere else in the world, even after adding all other countries together, will the creativity and inventiveness of the United States be equaled. At no time in human history, has so much progress […]

Are Your Eyes Wide Open?

November 28, 2012 in Personal Growth, Your Business Help

Are Your Eyes Wide Open? By Michael Angier The Stockdale Paradox I’m a big believer in having a positive mental attitude (PMA). But, I’m, amazed at how many people pooh-pooh the idea of PMA. Perhaps what makes people skeptical is that some of those who THINK they have a positive attitude really are living in […]


November 28, 2012 in Reducing Living Expenses, Saving Energy Expenses

We can’t see it but wind is everywhere. Some places have a lot more than others, especially along the coastlines. Wouldn’t it be great to have something that harnessed the wind 24/7 that could not only reduce our energy expenses but which also could earn us money too? I found an interesting company based in […]

Forget Your Failings—Focus on Your Feats

November 27, 2012 in Personal Growth, Your Business Help

Forget Your Failings—Focus on Your Feats By Michael Angier Your “Win List” and your “Significant Accomplishments List” It seems to be human nature to remember the things we messed up more than we do the things we did well. Most of us tend to focus on what’s wrong rather than on what’s right. Even people […]


November 27, 2012 in Personal Growth, Your Business Help

Criticism By Michael Angier There’s an old adage that goes like this: to avoid criticism, say nothing, do nothing, be nothing. If you want to get ahead in the world, you’ll have to do all three. So you should expect to be criticized. The key is to discern what is helpful criticism (most isn’t) and […]

Top Ten Reasons People Don’t Achieve Their Goals

November 27, 2012 in Personal Growth, Your Business Help

Top Ten Reasons People Don’t Achieve Their Goals By Michael Angier Here’s a quick rundown of most of the things that keep one from achieving the success they seek. If you’re not accomplishing your goals or not reaching them as easily or as quickly as you think you should, use this as a check-list to […]

Is Your Company The Real McCoy?

November 27, 2012 in Personal Growth, Your Business Help

Is Your Company The Real McCoy? By Michael Angier One of my favorite Gary Larson cartoons is the one with the cardboard cutouts of a hillbilly family onthe lawn of their mountain shack. The caption reads: The Fake McCoys. The term “Real McCoy” most likely comes from a railway invention by Elijah McCoy that automatically […]