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Stop Looking Sideways, or How I Embraced My Own Path

I am a University of Michigan Musical Theatre grad and I wear my Maize and Blue proud. Being a U of M grad in the world of musical theatre has given me opportunities that never would have been open to me otherwise, and dear friends and a network of professional artists that I am blessed to have. 1,018 more words


Wasting Away on the Ocean

Like so many people I know, I’ve spent much of my life defining myself by what I do for a living. Judging myself based primarily on what I manage to ‘accomplish’ on any given day. 1,249 more words

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Redefining Success

What does success look like to you?

Do you picture yourself with a six-figure salary, expensive car and a 4-5 bedroom house? Or do you measure success by how much free time you have to pursue other interests outside of work, having enough money to travel and a work life balance? 706 more words


Getting into the flow by letting go of the oars...

From the archives, written originally on September 2, 2009.

I was fairly freshly single after 30 years of marriage and in the process of defining/re-defining what the 2nd 1/2 of this lifetime looked like. 699 more words

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Is Your Success Making You Miserable?

Originally posted on BayArt.org on September 29, 2016.

Our happiness is our success.

— Monique McIntyre

Success. Happiness. Two things we get crazy about.

Money. Something we get really crazy about.

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A Mexican Moment of Clarity 2009

Another writing, pulled from the archives. This from a solo trip as an almost divorced man in 2009 to Mazatlan Mexico.

So sitting in the sand, I gave thanks- for all the love and support I’d been given all the time that had been provided, all the insights that had been shared.   349 more words

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