Posts Tagged ‘ results ’

Be not overwhelmed

23rd November 2011 | 0 Comments
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Let’s face it. Most of us ‘big city dwellers’ do way too much in a given day. On top of that, we try to fit more in, as if that is even possible – or sensible. At the same time, stress related ailments permeate our communities. My question to you is – ‘Is it all […]

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Evaluating the old

14th November 2011 | 0 Comments
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I would consider anything that has happened already as ‘the old’, and anything that is about to happen as ‘the new’. I make this distinction so that I can remind myself that I get to make new choices with every new situation. If I don’t allow myself to make new choices I could potentially repeat […]

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Sneaking up on your thoughts

28th July 2011 | 0 Comments
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Last night I woke up in the middle of the night for no apparent reason. I lifted my head up and sort of became aware of my surroundings. In that split second, I heard thoughts running in my head and turned my attention to them. There were many, but fleeting. It really did seem like […]

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Lessons

26th July 2011 | 0 Comments
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In the beginning life presents situations and we handle them the best we know how. If we are swift, we will realize that that thing we did, or said, did not go over so well and avoid doing it the next time. That would be a lesson learned. A lesson not learned is when you […]

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What’s your routine?

18th April 2011 | 0 Comments
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What’s better than words? A video. Watch and enjoy. Here is today’s “Kinyofu’s Thought of The Day“: What’s your routine? Is it working for you? Should you tweek it? Of course, if it’s working, leave it alone; but if your results are not as you intended then it might be time to make some adjustments. […]

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Self Dependence

22nd March 2011 | 1 Comment
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Self dependence and independence mean the same thing, however I like the use of the word ‘SELF’. It reminds me of who’s in charge. Knowing I am in charge keeps me on my toes and accountable to myself. When I forget that I am in control, I practically loose my mind – or rather my […]

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