Michelin Star Chef Turns Restaurants Into Take-out Food Kitchens During Coronavirus Pandemic

It often seems like the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has turned everyone into toilet paper-hoarding animals. The crisis seems to be bringing out the worst in a lot of folks. But one Michelin-star chef is showing that even when things are bad, people can still do good.

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Find Joy In The Journey

You’ll only pass this way once. That’s the iconic phrase about life that virtually every human being over the age of 6 has heard at least once. For some people, it’s a mantra. Part inspiration, part cautionary phrase, part last-thing-I’m-going-to-say, semi-dismissive, passive-aggressive encouragement to close out a conversation or part of one. But what the… Continue reading Find Joy In The Journey

Expedient Lies or Uncomfortable Truths

Speaking the truth is not always easy. There are times when it seems more comfortable and less confrontational to do otherwise. We make excuses for telling lies. We tell ourselves we don’t want to hurt anyone or that it’s not worth the trouble, the argument or the inconvenience. We justify our “little white lies.” But… Continue reading Expedient Lies or Uncomfortable Truths

True Happiness

We all seek happiness. A future that improves on the present. But happiness is not some ethereal, mystical and perfect place at which to arrive. Happiness is a state of being. Dr. Jordan Peterson says “Perhaps happiness is always to be found in the journey uphill, not in the fleeting sense of satisfaction awaiting at… Continue reading True Happiness

Arizona Coyotes Cam Dineen on the Four Pillar Fitness Podcast

Today’s Friday Happy Hour episode of the Four Pillar Fitness podcast is up! Cam Dineen joins me for a great discussion about all things hockey, his NHL Draft experience, the awesome support he got from his family and hockey coach dad and a bunch of other fun stuff! Four Pillar Fitness Happy Hour Friday with… Continue reading Arizona Coyotes Cam Dineen on the Four Pillar Fitness Podcast

Stress of After-Work Email Harming Families

Employer expectations of work email monitoring during non-work hours are detrimental to the health and well-being of not only employees but their family members as well. William Becker, a Virginia Tech associate professor of management in the Pamplin College of Business, co-authored a new study, “Killing me softly: electronic communications monitoring and employee and significant-other… Continue reading Stress of After-Work Email Harming Families