How to Make Your Life Work

Dedicated to helping you find more meaning and happiness in your life.

Offers a big picture context as a framework for making your life work. 

A must for lifestyle business owners – consultants, freelancers, authors, artists, and other types of entrepreneurs fed up with or just plain dissatisfied with their local communities.

Especially if you plan to move, invest in real estate, work, start a business or retire affordably you are making a longer term commitment.  

Spend the time to find the best places to live and invest, because in the long run it will be well worth your while.

Discover for yourself the great thing about living where others spend their vacation is the year round quality-of-life. 


What Were Dillon and Keystone Resort Like Before the Great Recession?

The Uncorked Mountain Wine Festival at Keystone, Colo features delicious wines, award winning jazz, and a juried fine art show in River Run.   Mountain Operations: Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone and Heavenly and which includes lift ticket, ski & snowboard school, dining, retail and rental businesses   Part Two:  What Were Frisco and Copper …

What Were Frisco and Copper Mountain Like Before the Great Recession?

Part One: Summit With the help of our knowledge bank, you can choose for variations in your new neighborhood by: Age, Stage, Status and Affluence, and Population Density An excerpt from Book Three in “The Knowledge Path Series” dedicated to helping you find the place of your dreams. 5-Year Time Frames — 2003 – 2008 What about …


Monied ‘Burbs, Celebrities, Ski Resorts: Pre-Great Recession Lifestyles Profiles-At-A-Glance This contours along the “Continental Divide, an imaginary line that marks the flow of precipitation. Rain falling on the west of the Divide makes its way to the Pacific Ocean. Rain on the east makes its way to the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean.”   An …

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Steve is the founder of the Knowledge Laboratories and its network of enterprises. 

He’s been moonlighting for years. Mostly in the dark. Write. Write. Write. Before first light.

Crafting messages “literally bottled and set adrift from KnowWhere Atoll.”

It’s taken him eight years just to bring Volume One: The Knowledge Path Series and its five books into the light of day. Is it because he’s ADD? Maybe.

While he doesn’t see ghosts in the dark, he sees patterns. And opportunities.  And, well, ways of tying people, places, things, ideas and trends together in new and original ways.

All of which came in handy during his day job in the Executive MBA program for The Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine.

He advised millennial, midlife and empty-nest executives pursuing new career, entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial opportunities.

Helping them get unstuck by seeing their situations differently.

“How to Live, Love, Work, Play, Invest and Leave a Legacy.”