Posts Tagged ‘ now ’

What is so

13th September 2011 | 0 Comments
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When a moment changes, a moment changes. Here’s a simple case and point. One of the chillier days last week, I had my sweater on while I was walking to the subway. Inside, I felt the subway heat but withheld the desire to take my sweater off because I knew a train would be coming […]

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The tipping point

13th June 2011 | 0 Comments
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Have you ever been in competition with someone and took it easy up until the last few moments when you realized you were too far off target to win? That’s how many of us do school, do business, do friendships, do family – do life. Don’t let your life motto be “Too little, too late.” […]

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Ready?

28th April 2011 | 0 Comments
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Take your time, but hurry. Before you know it, it will be time to go and it won’t matter if you are ready or not. Take action now. You will be ready when you are ready to choose to be ready. So, what are you waiting for?   Simply put: You are here now. What […]

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Creating a memory

26th April 2011 | 0 Comments
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Our mind is a vast file cabinet full of memories. We can remember things at will – some more than others. We usually become aware of our memories when they appear in our consciousness. However, there are many memories that remain in our subconscious. They are like the hidden files in this computer. They 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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Why?

14th April 2011 | 1 Comment
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Yesterday, I had a good laugh at myself as I began down a slippery slope to nowhere. I thought having the answers that explained ‘why’ a certain thing was, was going to be fruitful, so I initiated a conversation with a friend who forced me to come up with reasons until I ran out of […]

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