Get Others to do What You Desire

Recently, I was walking with our dog, Pearl. She is well trained when we walk, trotting along easily. There is one thing that we’re still working on:  turning around and going where I want to go when she wants to […]

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Better Than the Rest

Winter in Michigan, with snow on the ground, prompts me to “go inside” for a closer look at what the past year brought and at what I’d like to bring in to 2014. It’s been an exciting time and this […]

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A New Habit?

A New Habit?

I’ve had quite a few questions and comments about the Zen Desk Project post. I thought I’d share another example that is a work in progress to perhaps address some of the questions. About a month or so ago, I […]

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Zen Desk Project

Zen Desk Project

Want an easy way to change? Visioning a “Zen” desk helped me change a long-standing pattern of a mildly, and frustratingly, cluttered desk. Here’s a note I wrote in September 1995… Notice items 1 and 3! Ironically, I found this […]

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Forget Failure – Remember Success

Forget Failure – Remember Success

Like a computer, your brain learns by forgetting failure and remembering success. Practice improves skill and success in sports, music, art and even sales, but not because repetition has any value in itself. If we learned simply by repetition, we […]

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Questions, Anyone?

Questions, Anyone?

Whether you realize it or not, you are often asking questions. The questions might be aloud to someone else or inside your own mind. The quality of your life is a direct result of the quality of your questions. The […]

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