Author Archives: Bob Rosen

About Bob Rosen

For more than 30 years I have helped my clients experience greater happiness, health, security, and safety as they learn to make higher quality decisions and take more effective actions.

Intention Improves Attention

This is the second in my series of sharing the BIG THREE lessons learned lately. The first was focusing on solutions not problems. Today I want to talk about tension, attention, and intention. Applying the right one at the right … Continue reading

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If a Problem Has Your Attention, You’re in Trouble

We hope every journey begins with sunny skies, fair winds, and all needs met. But… …if you’re like me and on a journey to create a life of maximum contribution, the motivation to “leave port” only comes when encountering something … Continue reading

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My Afternoon With Oriah Mountain Dreamer

For those of you familiar with the Christian Bible, Matthew, in Chapter 17, describes what it was like for the disciples to watch Jesus have a discussion with Moses and Elijah. Yesterday for couple of hours I was in a … Continue reading

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Your Personal Time Capsule

As we embark on our journey of creating a life worthy of our heart’s desire, I’m requesting that you let me help. T. S. Elliot wrote,  We shall never cease from exploration And the end of all our exploring Will … Continue reading

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Starting with the End in Mind

Let’s build something. How about the life you are called to have;  the life you’d want more than any other? I first met Stephen Covey in 1989. His book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People was a new best … Continue reading

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You could have anything…

… if you only knew what you wanted. Make a list Do you know what you want? When is the last time you sat in a quiet space and made lists of the top 50 or top 100 having’s, being’s … Continue reading

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Communicating With Our Senior Seniors

“Nana,  what if the money you’ve given to the church becomes like planted seeds, what kind of  garden do you imagine the community will have a hundred years from now,” questioned Jenny, age 39, as she smiled and listened soulfully … Continue reading

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