If you’re like most of my readers, you’re dedicated, accomplished. You are committed to serving others, at home and at work – you define success by the number of lives you make better. You strive to grow, improve, and reach your potential. You want to leave a lasting impact on your world.
But now you’re at a crossroads: You’re transitioning from military to civilian life, fitness or finances seem to be out of control, you deeply desire to be married or your marriage doesn’t seem to be working, you feel a spiritual void. Maybe you feel like this reader:
I feel anxious and aimless. I used to have such purpose in my life. But now I just don’t know. What should be my next step? I’m damaging my marriage and distancing my kids. How do I reconnect with them, renew my faith in G-d, find my mission in life?
Does This Sound Like You?
- Do you look forward to getting out of the military but you’re uptight about the future?
- Do you fear the important things are falling through the cracks?
- Do you worry what seemed temporary issues now seem to be permanent?
If so, you’re not alone. All of us have felt this way.
I Know How You Feel
I know what it feels like to be in over your head—to transition from civilian life to the military and then back again, while trying to hold together the things that matter most - family, health, faith, and community.
I built a thriving business. But it came at the expense of my most valuable relationships. And it never filled the holes in my soul I thought it would.
As Navy chaplain and a successful entrepreneur now making my second go in the civilian world, I have faced the challenges of transitions, building a strong marriage, and having so many people making demands on me I could never meet them all.
I have found you must be intentional about choosing the right things to get done.
If you’re like me, that means making your relationship with G-d, your health, your marriage, relationships with your friends and colleagues, your house of worship, and your contribution to your community top priorities.
My Goal in Writing This Blog
Through my blog, my mission is to give you the clarity, courage, and commitment you need to succeed – to building enduring relationships and do inspiring work. From practical tools to accomplish your dreams and goals, to strategies for personal growth and development, to an intentional path to greater conection and contribution, my goal is to empower you to do what matters most.
If you’re new to my site (well, you probably wouldn’t be on this page if you weren’t), here are some of my most popular posts in each category.
My Most Popular Posts
- The One Thing You Must to Do to Lose Weight
- How to Achieve Better Health and Financial Well-Being
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- How to Get Out of Debt
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- Finding the Next Great Business Idea, or at Least the One for Me
- A Simple Habit to Strengthen Your Relationships
- How You Can Benefit from Blurry Vision
- Strengthen Your Marriage in a Minute per Day
- When Doing Nothing is the Most Productive
- How to Get Rid of the Garbage that is Holding You Back
- How to Conquer Negative Self-Talk
- How to Insure Your Greatest Achievements are Yet to Come
- The Truth About Military Verses Civilian Life
- How to Face Transitions with Confidence
- Why Merry Christmas is the Proper Seasonal Greeting
- 3 Reasons You Should Not Abstain
- Why It Seems G-d Doesn’t Answer Your Prayers
You can also use the search function in the upper right corner of this page to find other posts that might be of interest.
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Yes, you can make successful transitions and succeed at life. All it takes is the intention and a mentor to guide you. If you’ll provide the first, I’ll provide the second. Now let’s get underway.