The Charlois Life

One of the key features of the Charlois Philosophy is the constant process of personal growth.  Without the movement toward self-improvement, we are not truly living The Charlois Life.  I for one am continually seeking ways to grow as a member of this universe.

One of the first things we can do in this regard is examine our lives.  Plato said, “the unexamined life is a life not worth living.”  I don’t know if I would go quite that far, however, growth happens as a result of reflection.

I’ve been reflecting a lot lately.  In fact, I have over emphasized the reflection and not done enough of the growth exercises.  The two must go hand in hand. 

June will see a change in my activity.  I plan on being more active in regards to my development.  There is much I want to accomplish in my life, and not enough time to do it all.  Especially if I take the laid-back approach.

One of my goals is to be a model that inspires people to strive to be their best selves.  The only way to do that is by living the Charlois Life.  So join me and let’s see if we can change the world.

Robert A. Charlois III

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