Author Archives: Steve Strother

About Steve Strother

I am a student of life and therefore I am a lifelong learner. I believe we are all here to evolve spiritually and doing so, and helping others do so, is my ultimate quest. I currently write at The Road to Peace about people helping other people because I believe helping others is a path to peace and also spiritual growth. I am currently developing a coaching program to help men connect to joy in life - specifically through understanding the the characteristics they exhibit (and can access) through the four main masculine archetypes as well as through helping them connect more authentically to the feminine - both within themselves, in the world around them, and with women.

A Blog is (Re)Born

Hello everyone!  It is hard to believe it has been almost six years since the last time I wrote a blog post.  What!?!?! A lot has changed in those six years and especially in the past 12 months.  I plan … Continue reading

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Nature Word Association

Hello everyone!  It has been several months since I posted anything here at Steve’s Thinking Space but I am back.  You can expect several blog posts to follow – all related to nature and how, we as humans, can connect … Continue reading

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Rip it Up

Rip it up – To have a great time and live it up.  Definition from The Urban Dictionary. Two weeks ago I was preparing for a run in beautiful and historic downtown New Bern, NC.  I was warming up with a … Continue reading

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Men Moving Forward: Mike Hrostoski and The Conference for Men

    Are you a man who wants more out of life? Are you a woman who knows a man who wants more out of life? If your answer to either of these questions is “yes” then you will want to … Continue reading

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Steve’s Thinking Space Update

Hello again!  It has been a while. I have been thinking a lot about posting.  I have even written two posts that I never published.  I just couldn’t get them where I wanted them.  No worries though.  The content from … Continue reading

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Discovering Peace: Experiencing Life Like a Kid Again

I have become very interested in the topic of inner peace lately.  My interest in this topic is due to my own inner exploration.  From that I have found that I have a desire to help others discover more peace … Continue reading

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Claiming Spirituality

I mentioned on my new About page that defining what spirituality means is difficult.  I feel it is difficult mainly because it means something different to each of us.  The fact that spirituality is hard to define though, does not make … Continue reading

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Changes at Steve’s Thinking Space

Hello everyone.  I hope you are all doing well.  It has been a while since I posted and  so I wanted to let you know I am still here :).  I am working on some new projects that are consuming … Continue reading

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Perfecting My Anti-Elevator Pitch at World Domination Summit 2013

Last fall I read a blog post by Seth Godin titled No One Ever Bought Anything on an Elevator.  In that post, Seth emphasizes that when you are having a quick conversation with someone about what you do, what your … Continue reading

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Pushing Way Past My Comfort Zone

I am a runner and am therefore accustomed to pushing past my comfort zone from both a mental and physical perspective when training and racing.  When it comes to other areas in my life however, I am not proficient at … Continue reading

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