Posts Tagged ‘ plan ’

The future is now

22nd September 2011 | 0 Comments
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The past is history right now and only relevant if it is going to be used to move you more forward into the future. The past is not for dwelling. The past is good for memories which we use to catapult a good feeling. If the feeling is not good, that memory is best buried. […]

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Two plans

3rd August 2011 | 0 Comments
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What makes some plans easier than others? To answer my own question, I would say the availability of information. I love that I have access to train schedules and can effectively plan my trip to arrive at a location on time. I have learned that I can also note alternative routes in the event either […]

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Don’t get misled

31st May 2011 | 0 Comments
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You have a purpose, a goal and a destination. So does everyone else. Yours is as unique to you as your fingerprint. Although you might be doing ‘what you are supposed to do’, you might find that your focus has shifted to match the company you keep. This is neither good nor bad, but it […]

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Wait / Weight

18th May 2011 | 0 Comments
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There are things that I’d rather not do. Those are the things that get put off until the last minute. The result is that I feel pretty good up until that last minute when I am forced to do what I have been avoiding the whole time. Why, I ask myself, do I do this […]

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Whose plan?

11th May 2011 | 0 Comments
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My personal growth over the last 8 years involved me looking at me and deciding what I wanted for me. The journey had some rough patches as I defined and refined who and what I wanted in my life. The more I understood what I wanted, the easier it was to determine who I wanted […]

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The wake-up wall

25th April 2011 | 3 Comments
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When I was a child, I had these small wind-up toys that motored along in the direction they were facing. It didn’t matter where they were headed – they attempted the journey anyway. They were funny to watch because they just kept trying. With blind determination, they were still doing the walking action even when […]

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Along comes a Shmo

1st April 2011 | 3 Comments
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You are responsible to your SELF. Note that I did not say ‘your self only’. Indeed, you have other people that you are responsible to. Recognizing and acknowledging your worth is a major survival skill, especially when you meet someone who has an imposing personality. You might find yourself thinking more about their dream than […]

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