Wednesday Wisdom: Responding vs Reacting

This week’s Wednesday Wisdom comes from the Daily Coach Blog. On Monday night, San Francisco Giants manager Gabe Kapler did something that’s standard practice in baseball. He walked out of the dugout to remove his relief pitcher from the game. But instead of...

Wednesday Wisdom: It’s All Going To Be Alright

This week’s Wednesday Wisdom comes from the “Sunday Thinking” Daily Coach email blog: It’s All Going To Be Alright As we embark on this new month and welcome a new season in September, may we cultivate the faith and belief to trust everything is going to be okay...

Wednesday Wisdom: The Fly

This week’s Wednesday Wisdom comes from Prince Pritchett – author of You2 and was shared by Proctor Gallagher Institute in their email blog: Here Is a True Story I’m sitting in a quiet room at the Millcroft Inn, a peaceful little place hidden back among the pine trees...

Wednesday Wisdom: On Happiness

This week’s Wednesday Wisdom comes from Essays on Life by Thomas Mitchell, Farmer. In this quote, Mr. Mitchell shares his thoughts on Happiness: “One of the best secrets of a happy life is the art of extracting comfort and sweetness from every...

Wednesday Wisdom: One Day At A Time

Today’s Wednesday Wisdom is an anonymous piece of prose called “One Day At A Time” ONE DAY AT A TIME “There are two days in every week about which we should not worry, two days which should be kept free from fear and apprehension.” “One of those days is Yesterday,...

Wednesday Wisdom: Quarters

This week’s Wednesday Wisdom comes from Gretchen Rubin’s book Better Than Before and helps with not throwing a whole day away because of a bad morning/afternoon. Instead of feeling that you’ve blown the day and thinking, “I’ll get back on track tomorrow,” try thinking...