by admin on January 27, 2013
by admin on December 10, 2012
While a little tough to conceptualize – “the self as observer” – this technique is a real blessing…when I can remember to utilize it!
See, Descartes was wrong when he said I think, therefore I am. It’s more accurate to say I watch myself think, therefore I am.
Try Meditation to Strengthen Your Resilience – Peter Bregman – Harvard Business Review http://blogs.hbr.org/bregman/2012/12/try-meditation-to-strengthen-y.html
by admin on December 3, 2012
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by admin on November 29, 2012
by admin on November 24, 2012
“In his heart, the amateur knows he’s hiding. He knows he was meant for better things.”
I’ve read all three books mentioned in this post by Steven Pressfield. They are fantastic to say the least and probably so be placed on the “annual read” list!
This post does a wonderful job capturing the essence of Steven’s message. Enjoy!
Overcome Procrastination: Steven Pressfield’s Top 12 Tips for Turning Pro
by admin on November 13, 2012
This whole series is great — if you get a chance, take some time a dive right in!
How to Become The Ideal Apprentice: Part II
Do not think that what is hard for you to master is humanly impossible; and if it is humanly possible, consider it to be within your reach.
by admin on November 5, 2012
Excellent article this morning that reminds me that the world has a certain “speed” to it. It is not against us. It is not for us. It just is what it is.
To finding the current once again…
“This also taught be something important: being in the flow doesn’t mean that seemingly negative experiences can’t touch us, it simply allows us to move through them with greater grace and ease.”
Flow – The Secret to Happiness
by admin on October 22, 2012
by admin on October 2, 2012
This is a great, quick article that serves as a friendly reminder as the days get shorter and the holidays grow closer! And it also makes me think about the “way” a memory is best formed; but I’ll save that for another post.
We Are What We Remember
“Life,” philosopher Soren Kierkegaard once said, “is lived forward and understood backward.” The power to understand the backward part of lives lies within us. We can’t change what happened, but we can change what it means. What we choose to remember helps shape who we decide to become.
by admin on September 30, 2012
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