First of all, Merry Christmas, Happy Hannukah and/or Happy Solstice! I wanted to share something with you today from our recent 1,500 mile cross-country trip.

Why drive instead of fly? Because sometimes you have to slow down to catch up.

On that trip, lessons in the way we handle time were brought home again and again. And there was one moment where it all came together in one awe-inspiring image that I just had to capture and share with you.

Seems particularly fitting for this season.

I hope you enjoy it.

    5 replies to "The ROI of Time"

    • Mel Hardman

      Thank you, Sir.
      A very nice Christmas morning (unexpected) present. Great food-for-thought and lead-in to the season of soul-searching and resolution making.
      Wishing you life’s best. You deserve it.


    • John Sase

      It’s wonderful hearing from someone who appears to understand the interrelationship of the various festivals/feasts of light around the winter solstice. It seems more integral to aim for the comprehensively universal awareness. Have a great season.


    • Tammy Kabell

      I slowed down today, and it was glorious! I just turned on my phone for the first time at 8pm. Getting ready to settle in for a long winter’s nap.

      I agree with Mel and John that this season seems to always be one of introspection, and I think that’s a good thing – a necessary thing. I’m looking forward to some additional time off.

      I’m so glad you enjoyed your trip, Steve.

    • Ken Pike

      Thanks, Steve,
      Great advice! Much along the lines of the old ‘Make haste slowly’, it’s good to take time to enjo6y the journey, instead of being too focussed on the end goal.
      Have a super 2020!

    • Rodney

      Thank you Steven.
      You connected with me and highlighted an issue I need to deal with.


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