The Three Most Important Words

Nasty Hurricane Andrew In August 1992, Hurricane Andrew went bananas. Like a drunk on too many Tequilas, he tore into South Florida with wind gusts of 175mph, redrawing the landscape. Approximately 600,000 homes and businesses bore the brunt of his menacing and destructive actions. By the time Andrew left, he had run up a tab of $26 billion dollars and …

Overcoming Fears, Taking Risks

Almost everything is a risk, including just being alive. Without taking some risk we would not grow and thrive. Without risk, life would be too predictable, mundane, and boring. Some risks are dangerous, others are necessary. To be successful at risk taking we need to take control of our risk behaviour. Risking means taking a course of action with an …