Archive | June, 2009
29
Jun

Road rage on the course

Bill Pennington wrote a really great article about road rage on the golf course. He mentions that the courses are getting too crowded and people are fighting over trivial issues. Bill also interviewed me for the article and I mentioned that golfers need an emotional release when they get frustrated, and I called this a […]

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26
Jun

Michael Jackson-the creative genius

Yesterday, we witness the passing of a creative genius-Michael Jackson.  He was not just innovative in his song, but also in his dance. His moon walk and amazing moves at the Grammys is legendary, as well as his videos such as Thriller and Beat it. But we also noticed that Michael Jackson was one strange […]

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15
Jun

Brooke Astor and Happiness

Brooke Astor is known as the Grand Dame of New York. She recently died at 105 but gave away millions to New York museums, libraries and zoos. On the show-Sunday Morning-people who knew her said she was much more than a great philanthropist. They all said that Mrs. Astor was one of the happiest people they knew-always smiling. laughing and […]

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07
Jun

Chris Martin and Cold Play

I had the fortune of seeing Cold Play in Nashville. One of the best shows I have ever seen. Great music-great artistry and lots of balloons! The most impressive aspect of the show was Chris Martin-He is in love with what he does, jumping around the stage all night, singing with passion and giving his […]

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05
Jun

David Carradine and Kung Fu

David Carradine passed this week and we will miss him! I learned so much from him in the series “Kung Fu”. I learned from that show the importance of mental toughness for life. As he travelled the West we learned about bigotry, yet the show illustrated that how to handle it with compassion and humility […]

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04
Jun

Dealt Bad Cards Played Them Well

Hi Gregg & Friends, I was recently reading the online magazine SMITH and came across a thoughtful and thought-provoking interview with author, Joe Queenan.  He’s best known as a humorist but he’s recently written a memoir, CLOSING TIME, which candidly discusses his abusive, alcoholic father and  growing up poor in public housing. SMITH is  known […]

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04
Jun

The Obamas and Balance

President Obama and first lady Michelle reiterated time and time again during the Brian Williams interview how important their children were to their lives. They both keep it all in perspective. Keeping our priorities in perspective helps us to make better decisions. Have other Presidents had such great balance and perspective-what do you believe. Dr. […]

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