Chris' Blog

This is an excerpt from my next book, being crafted with love and blood even as you read this!

There is an old story about a fisherman who believes he has died and gone to Heaven as he catches one perfect 2 lb trout after another.  As he sets his fly and hooks into yet one more, he can’t fathom his good fortune.  The sky is blue, the weather ideal, the fish biting like he’s never before experienced, and everything is absolutely perfect. Read More...

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It doesn't always go the way we want it to, but it does always go.
If you're looking for a pleasing path, you'll probably never find a purposeful victory.
Re-post: "Communication"
If you have a really good idea, you can expect to be attacked by the experts.
If you are living entirely for yourself it will be entirely impossible to live with you.
I wish advice were as easy to take as it is to give.
Humanism is that exhausting, persistent tendency of people to become full of themselves.
For educational purposes, a good scare is even better than good advice.
Experience comes through an installment plan: random payments of varying amounts.
Double-your-money investment idea: offer people a penny for their thoughts and they'll always give you their two cents' worth.