Posts Tagged ‘ limitations ’

Routine

28th November 2011 | 0 Comments
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So you get up the same time every day; you walk out the door at a predictable time; you arrive at your destination before schedule; and you encounter people along the way that can tell time by your presence. Your routine is solid. This routine can save you lots of time and stress, and believe […]

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The great wall

23rd August 2011 | 2 Comments
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Ever think about why you can’t, or won’t do something? Most times it is simply because you told yourself you can’t, or shouldn’t (therefore you won’t). Yeah. That is your wall. It establishes the limitations you created for yourself. Even if someone told you that you can’t, or shouldn’t, you ultimately decided to believe them. […]

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Clarity

17th June 2011 | 0 Comments
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At risk: Those with big hearts. You, like I, want to save the world. You, like I, are suckers for someone that asks for help. You, like I, can learn to be more discerning about what we agree / offer to do for someone else. There is only but so much we can do with […]

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Know your limitations

10th June 2011 | 0 Comments
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LOL. With seven words and tremendous acting skills, Clint Eastwood says it all. He makes it obvious that not knowing your limitations can cause great problems. Start out by saying “No” to any outside parameters – that is getting clear right from the beginning. Put it in writing if necessary – even if you are […]

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Who you are

20th April 2011 | 1 Comment
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Recently I reflected on how I was as a child. The younger, more innocent me was more daring, less fearful and willing to risk. In remembering who I was, I also remembered what I did, which has given me an updated vision of my amazingness. At some point, I used my adult responsibilities to create […]

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Be not attached

8th April 2011 | 1 Comment
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Imagine that we are spirit beings and were given the gift of physical life the moment we were born. Imagine that the body we were given is simply a tool for our spirit to operate out of. Imagine that this body was not meant to lead us in decisions, but to allow us to connect […]

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