Honesty First

“But I don’t like vegetables.”

Well, I don’t like brushing my teeth, but I’d rather have friends.

Some Real Talk Around Choices

We think our problem sounds something like; “I like eating whatever, more than I like eating healthy.”

Wrong. The problem isn’t wanting the wrong thing. The problem is not knowing how to want something. We haven’t been deeply honest and prioritized as if we would die (or live) for what we want.

False: I want clean teeth.
True: I want my friends and colleagues to see a white smile while avoiding expensive cavities.

False: I want to be healthy
True: I want to enjoy my body. I want freedom from worry about disease. I want confidence.

Some will disagree with what I’ve said. That’s normal until you’re ready to acknowledge true statements originating from you. Good decision-making requires priorities. But those priorities should be built on a foundation of interior truth, free from dogma.

Honesty with yourself must come before trying to set your priorities in order.


Seatbelt, or Never Be The Same

My dad never wore his seatbelt when he drove. Neither did I. Until the day I was in a tragic car wreck. I lost my

Me Lucky Charms

My accomplishments haven’t brought me lasting happiness. But the friends, memories, screw-ups, and adventures along the way have. Some common goals we have on repeat

Use Social, Don’t Let it Use You.

Human beings need boundaries. We build fences to keep our dogs from running into the street. We put walls in the median to prevent collisions


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