Posts Tagged ‘risk versus cost-benefit matrix’

Spread Peace, Love & Laughter

Spread LoveCan you guess whose life purpose this is:    To Spread Love & Laughter?  This could be the purpose of a priest who adds comic relief with a ventriloquist show for children at the end of each mass.  This could be the purpose of a circus clown of Cirque du Soleil.  Or, this could be the purpose of a stay-at-home mom of three.  It is not what you do; it is how you do it that matters.  This is your individual contribution to the world.  This is the cool thing:  you get to give your life its meaning – not me, not your children, all you.  You get the privilege to create the meaning in your life, to find the sacred in the ordinary.   Read the rest of this entry »

Living Trust

Nothing will focus you on the important matters of life faster than writing your Living Trust & Will and Advance Health Care Directive.  Writing a last will and health directive now, before it is needed, is an act of conscious parenting.  It is awareness with action.  A last will and health directive may be the ultimate task of Quadrant 2 in the risk-benefit matrix. Read the rest of this entry »

Asset protection for your child’s health

Consider for a moment that your child’s health is his greatest asset.  Health in this context is a holistic word of wellness and well-being of the whole individual – physical, social/emotional, mental, and spiritual.  Making conscious parenting choices to maintain the best health possible is an investment in a life of well-being and prosperity. Read the rest of this entry »