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May 25, 2022

One of Martha's favorite sayings is "do things afraid". And her book opens up with the perfect example as she climbs into the seat of an A-10 attack plane. It is a single seat plane and it was her first flight. There were no simulators and no one could teach her how to fly it. She simply had to do it.

"Courage is not...

May 18, 2022

Jo Taylor is a remarkable woman. At just 38 years old with two young children she was diagnosed with breast cancer. She’d later be diagnosed with metastatic disease. The median time of survival is 2-3 years. 

This was not the path a young mother would choose. But Jo poured herself into the breast cancer community and...

May 11, 2022

Oliver Seligman is a man who is fun, funny and bright. He is at ease with himself. But his path to self acceptance and spiritual well-being has been challenging, to say the least.

At seventeen, Oliver was diagnosed with type one bipolar. Since then he’s navigated euphoric manias, suicidal depressions, psychoses and...

Apr 27, 2022

What might you learn if you were to travel without a home to go back to?

Corporate executive Mark Philpott did just that. One rainy day in Amsterdam, he found himself deeply depressed. He realized his life was passing him by.

Mark returned to his home base in Singapore where he quit his job, sold his possessions, and...

Apr 20, 2022

Ken Jaques’ health care advocacy was not planned. A diagnosis of crippling rheumatoid arthritis in 2008 exposed him to the medical system. And that exposure was an education.

Ken is the first to point out that conventional medical care is part of the equation for health and that there are many options to creating your...