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Amazing Today Life Adventures Philosophy

Sharing the Same Experience- Part Four

October 28, 2018
Diamond Mike Watson

  A friend asked if I was a cup-half-full or a cup-half-empty guy. I quickly answered that my cup was neither because it was always gushing over its brim. Then I realized that if most people’s excitement level never varies between zero to three out of ten, mine usually hovers constantly around twelve. Using the […]

Childhood Memories Life Adventures Philosophy

Henrietta Lukemeyer

August 8, 2018
Diamond Mike Watson

Henrietta Lukemeyer was an elderly lady who lived down the hill from my childhood home in Indiana. She rarely stopped by to say hello to my mom, but when she did I remember her positive energy and politeness. She always wore a smile and smelled like fresh flowers. Sometimes she sold Avon products door to […]

FlyUp! Life Adventures

You Are Your Own Light

December 14, 2015
Diamond Mike Watson

At first, the Words rested comfortably in high resolution pixels on the computer screen. Even with a quick glance, the Helvetia font shone with a sense of hope and nourishment. I prided myself on hiring only brilliant persons for my team. I even secretly embedded a list of questions that confirmed ones genius in the […]


Fly Up! And Self-Actualization

September 28, 2015
Diamond Mike Watson

The invention of FlyUp! (for Fully Live Your Unlimited Potential) came shortly after we launched the Raise Your Umbrella school program. The all-inclusiveness of FlyUp! made it an even higher form of Raise Your Umbrella. Many people have heard of Abraham Maslow, who published his 1943 article entitled, A Theory of Human Motivation. The paper […]

Life Adventures Philosophy


July 12, 2015
Diamond Mike Watson

Is there a single ingredient that holds our universe together? We look deeper and deeper into outer space, trying to find the edge, searching for the substance in which we are contained. Peering inside, have we found anything smaller than a neutrino, electron, or Higgs boson particle? I used to see a tree, a hummingbird, […]

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