Why Net Neutrality Matters

May 4, 2014

Without a neutral net, you’ll see the same kind of balkanization that afflicts every other human endeavor. Someone like me, just starting out, will find it very difficult to be seen or heard over the favored and privileged businesses that can afford to pay the piper. This will be a huge loss for almost everyone, and sadly only in hindsight will you realize what you gave up by not supporting net neutrality.

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Science doesn’t take sides. Science pursues the truth. The GMO experiment must be contained.

April 28, 2014

The bio tech industry claims that science is on their side.  The conventional medical system makes the same claim.    Is it true?  I say no.   So it’s time to talk about science, about what it is, and what it is not. Science is NOT on anybody’s side. It’s been over a hundred years now since big […]

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Natural Medicine or Crisis Medicine – Which Is Better Primary Care?

April 20, 2014

In the history of medicine, there never has been and likely never will be a more prudent approach to healthcare, the one likely to do the most good for the most people at the least cost, then the natural medicine approach long championed by naturopathic physicians. Today, our primary care system, fails to attend to this […]

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Good Ideas Don’t Always Win, But Please Keep Having Them

March 13, 2014

I figure that if the universe knows what it’s doing, and there’s not yet wind in the sails, I should be patient, for clearly the time is not yet ripe. There’s other work to do, other experiences to have. I’ll keep having ideas, too, and keep looking for opportunities to do something with them. I’ll be right here, ready and waiting when opportunity arrives.

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Are You Beginning 2014 With Intention And Commitment?

January 6, 2014

Change is inevitable, but progress is not. You make the difference. The biggest changes that ever have happened in this world were the result of people like yourself who showed up, stepped up, and took small steps forward towards an outcome they deemed worthy of their energy and time. To master the art of change skills for life, you have to begin somewhere.

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Last Post For 2013, First Post For 2014, HAPPY NEW YEAR!

December 31, 2013

This is my last blog post for 2013, and the first for 2014! For all my friends and family members, for my students and clients, readers and attendees at my speeches and training programs, and on behalf of all of us here at The Art Of Change Skills For Life, we wish you a HAPPY NEW YEAR in 2014, filled with health, prosperity and happiness!

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Nobody’s Perfect! And That Is Perfectly Alright!

December 5, 2013

Perfectionism certainly has a cost in relationships. You won’t be much fun to be with. You may act out the anger you have with yourself. You may feel bad about yourself in the presence of others, and thus retreat into isolation. I could go on. It’s not a pretty picture.

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It’s An Unstrategic Hot Mess

October 15, 2013

I’m embarrassed and ashamed before my daughter’s generation of what we’ve (and though I’m hard pressed to understand how it’s true, I’m including myself in that word) allowed this nation to become on our generation’s watch…a polarized mess driven by reptile-brain impulses and willful ignorance combined with state of the art communication knowledge and the technology to deliver it.

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