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Complimentary Detour from Normal Audiobook!

If you would like a complimentary copy of the new Detour from Normal audiobook narrated by the talented Michael Rubino, contact me via the Contact page of this website and I will send you a redemption code for Audible.com and …

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Conquering the Mountain: Humphreys Peak

Nestled among the San Francisco Peaks north of Flagstaff, Arizona, Humphreys Peak would be of no consequence to me if I did not regularly pass it enroute to visiting out-of-state relatives. Standing at 12,633 feet, Arizona’s tallest peak is visible …

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The Three-letter Word That I Will Never Forget

Years ago, after an unexpected surgery, I became manic. At the peak of mania I experienced life like a child living it for the first time.  Back then, I frequently felt goosebumps, chills and wonder despite the fact that I …

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Are Indian Drivers Crazy?

Recently, my family and I had the opportunity to experience many modes of transportation on the crowded streets of northern India. Our two-week journey took us through six cities and five states. As our travels began in Delhi, one question …

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Finding the Good in the Bad

Years ago, I traveled to Oudenaarde, Belgium, to work at a customer site for several months. The opportunity sounded exotic, but the reality was much different than I expected. Most customers made an effort to speak English and befriend me …

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Are You a “Johnny Lightning?”

Johnny was fast: running, swimming, biking—anything he set his mind to. His friends nicknamed him Johnny Lightning. Johnny had a dream: to race a Honda RC213V on the 2.2 mile, eleven turn, Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey, California. There was …

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Take a Giant Leap

Are you fed up with feeling anxious, depressed, worried, or tired? Are you ready to take a giant leap and leave those feelings behind? Would it thrill you to instead be filled with energy and enthusiasm?
Scientific studies have found …

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A Glimpse of Danika: an Unexpected Day with a Homeless Woman

On the morning of December, 4, 2016, my wife, Beth, and I went on a bicycle ride through our neighborhood. As we crossed a nearby park on a paved bicycle trail, we passed a woman standing next to a picnic …

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A New Thought Process: Changing Mental Health Stigma From Within

Good mental health is one of the most valuable aspects of the human experience. Sufferers of mental health disorders often face issues that leave them feeling isolated, alone and afraid. In this post, we will examine some of the biggest …

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Why I Ride

“Motorcycles are dangerous. I know of someone who died from head injuries/lost his leg/is a vegetable.”
Yes, motorcycles are dangerous. I figured that out in the 90s when I moved to Phoenix, Arizona and experienced frightening incidents with traffic routinely. …

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