Showing posts from June, 2016

Planning for Retirement

Actually, don't plan on retirement.  Just plan on changing how you work, when you work, and what you want to do FOR work.  Because it's simply a fact of life that every human works, no matter what the job is.  And we change HOW we work every decade, from our teen years to our free years (free to do whatever the hell you want).  

"Retirement wasn’t working for Dwayne. A deliberate, thoughtful man, Dwayne spent 25 years with a Fortune 500 company rising through the ranks to Company Vice President of Logistics. When he retired, Dwayne expected to fall easily into a life of leisure – rising late, doing what he wanted when he wanted, and traveling frequently with his wife Mary. Now, three months post-retirement, he finds his days endlessly boring, spent mostly sleeping or watching television. He doesn’t like golf, gardening is too hot, and Mary has her own activities which don’t include him. As many retirees discover, leaving one life to begin another is difficult. A May 2013 st…

The Bienvenidos Spirit of Cabo

It's a dance they say, a unique dialogue between the guest and their host.  

A one-of-a-kind experience tailored through an involvement with life, and every major tourist destination has their own special spirit that touches all of us in our own ways.

So for the special spirit that resides in Cabo San Lucas, I call it the Bienvenidos Spirit, the Welcome Spirit of Hospitality.  Rich in history and diverse in culture, Cabo calls many people to come down south.  

"In many ways, hospitality is out of control. It comes from the expressed humanity of the provider not from a rigid series of actions. 

You recognize it when you experience it and yet you really cannot define what it is any more than you can adequately define your love for your children. 

You can talk about what you do for them or how they make you feel, but that isn't it." 

What is The Spirit of Hospitality, or the Bienvenidos Spirit?

"The best way we can describe that difference is to recognize that it shows up…

Fishing for Father's Day - Go Tribal

Sometimes being the best fisherman is not about how you conquer Mother Nature in a death match angling the mother-load on your line.  

It's about being the hunter on the prowl, utilizing your gut instincts which are actually reinforced by Nature, teamwork at best because you know Nature is the primal force which rewards your skills.  And most hunters like the serenity and solitude with Nature because she is the one force which comforts any man willing to surrender to her bounty, on land or at sea.  

So as men on land caught up in the modern frenzy one of the best way's to escape is fishing, a perfect bonding moment between brothers or father and son.  Many women enjoy fishing too.  It's a chance to build and strengthen family values and communication, comforted by the soothing force of Mother Nature.  

One way to strengthen a man's intuition for hunting is to completely go tribal and fish like a bushman, without all the modern electronics which seem to blind a man's 6…

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