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mindfulness

It’s the questions that are important, not the answers

The scary thing. A situation we don’t want to be in but we know is inevitable. We procrastinate because we just know it’s going to be awful. No way getting around it. Except … We try to prepare for the moment. Perhaps an exercise in listing every scenario we can think of that might come up. And […]

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First impressions don’t always stay true, and then what?

Ever meet someone and think they’re awesome and then after you continue to develop a relationship with them, realize a few red flags may have been missing from that first encounter? Or maybe you met someone and your first impression was meh but it wasn’t until the fifth meeting you realized this was a relationship worth developing? Google quotes […]

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Inch by Inch, part February

I’m keeping a list in Evernote with the tag “note to self,” which I add to daily and read through weekly. Sometimes I don’t know what the hell I was talking about when I wrote it (perhaps I need a #notetoself to clarify notes to self). Sometimes they’re specific to a task that I don’t do on the […]

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2017 – a new chapter in the book of authentic realities

The New Chapter: Simplicity and Growth in 2017 2017, a new year in a new city. Now that I’ve pulled the shrink wrap off the year and am starting to get the pieces out and play around with 2017 a bit, I want to share some things that are working for me right now. While I’ve gone back […]

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Thursday Thought – The Problem is…

“The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem.” —Unknown A few months ago my wife and I were traveling together and our return flight home was delayed due to mechanical issues with the plane. First the delay was 30 minutes, then an hour, then four. Next thing we knew, […]

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Thursday Thought: Judgement

“We tend to judge others by their behavior, and ourselves by our intentions.“ —Unknown Most people lie. Like 60%. On a daily basis. Like every 10 minutes. Heck, 80% of women admit they occasionally tell “harmless half-truths.” But when it comes to judging others about the behaviors they display, we do so without taking into account our […]

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