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Little Things Mean a Lot
I couldn’t help but think of the Charles Bukowski poem about broken shoelaces sending a man to a madhouse. The point is little things—good and bad—really do mean a lot.
Can you envision yourself achieving your goals? Can you imagine what it will feel like?
Keep an Open Mind
And experiment. What you discover might surprise you.
When Things Go Wrong
If you mess up, think about the big picture and ask yourself what is really important here?
The Savvy Part-time Professional—Book Review
For those who’d like to work less and enjoy life more part-time work is something to consider.
Is Your Dream Alive?
When I realized how great it feels to have a project that is “alive” without a finish line, I then retrenched some of my other goals.
Keys to Communicating with Kids
June is Effective Communications Month. Now is a great time to open up a line of communication with your kids.
Are Your Expectations Realistic?
While I was working everyday on multiple projects with deadlines attached, there were some that Stephen Covey would call “non urgent, but important” that I could just never seem to get to. After a year of this I had to get real.
May is Meditation Month
Meditation is an ancient practice that dates back thousands of years. It’s now regarded as one of the best ways to overcome stress, not just by new age gurus, but also by medical establishments
Procrastination and Kids
According to authors Pamela Espeland and Elisabeth Verdick, 1 in every 4 Americans thinks he or she is a total procrastinator and young people are more likely to procrastinate than older people.
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