now – ta-daa.
One of the nice things about
being 70 is that I’ve been able to do a lot in my life.
And all of the various experiences I’ve had feed directly
into my writing. I’ve gained this experience: I’ve
lead seminars and other programs, both privately and for Landmark
Education. I’ve been a teacher – in NYU Graduate
Business School, in Columbia Graduate Business School, in
SUNY and in Arthur D. Kill Prison (yes, prison). I started
an alternative school. I owned and managed a natural food
store. And I’ve been an Options Trader. I’ve been
broke. I am wealthy. As a writer, it’s all grist for
I’ve been coaching since
1979, professionally since 1999, and have trained and mentored
other coaches. See my next door neighbor, www.contributioncoaching.com.
What I Write
From my coaching, I’ve
written various books on living a fulfilled life. Less
Stress, More Wealth talks about many of the steps we
go through that allows us to greatly expand both our serenity
and our wealth.
At the same time, I’ve
focused in on relationships and I know I can help you have
them work even better. It’s better to have loved and
lost then never to have loved at all but It’s Best
to Love and Win.
I’ve put together the
weekly essays I write on the state of my world: coaching,
commitment and caring, together with some of my poems. I call
it a Guide to Living a Fulfilled Life.
I write short stories and they’ll
begin to show up. I let you in on one of them just for subscribing
to my newsletter. Some of the short stories I write are true
and you’ll enjoy a lot of them in Memoirs of a Middle-Aged
Hippie – Another advantage of being 70 is I can
fully savor the experiences of 30+ years ago when that’s
who I was. That will be available in hard copy as well –
for savoring off-line.
I’ve also written a novel
that I expect you’ll find both thought-provoking and
pleasurable. I’m rooting for them also. They lead An
My concern for the planet led
me to write a series on The End of Hunger –
essays and fiction to move you to increased action.
And that’s the beginning.
You won’t exhaust the writing.