In the National Hockey League there is something often mentioned but rarely fully understood phenomenon known as “the code”. A set of rules that have never been written down or documented that everyone involved in the game is expected to know and understand. For example, if a player on the opposing team hits one … Continue reading Unwritten Rules
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A look at the 50 Common Signs and Symptoms of Stress on the American Institute of Stress’ website shows just about every mental and physical symptom known to man it seems. Everything from headaches, to upset stomachs, to trouble learning new information. I thought that was just something that happened to all of us as … Continue reading The Great Escape
The last few months have been hectic. Between selling our house, moving, my wife and I both starting businesses, and renovating a house, life has been a little crazy to say the least. There have been plenty of times where I just stopped and blanked out, completely forgetting what I was just doing. Two weekends … Continue reading When Distractions Win
Have you ever felt that someone wasn’t quite telling you the whole truth? Maybe it was a spouse, a friend, or your employer. Did this affect how you saw that person? All of us are guilty of bending the truth a little here and there. But what does it mean, and what impact does … Continue reading The Power of Vulnerability