Quote of the Day
The wise determine from the gravity of the case; the irritable, from sensibility to oppression; the high minded, from disdain and indignation at abusive power in unworthy hands.
Edmund Burke (Irish orator, philosopher, & politician (1729 - 1797))
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Category Archives: Books & Article Links
“What’s money? A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and goes to bed at night and in between does what he wants to do.” — Bob Dylan Far and away the best prize that life offers … Continue reading
How often do we find ourselves looking at limitations instead of possibilities? Sometimes all it takes is a shift in the way we talk to ourselves. Words can create worlds. Check out this Harvard Business Review article on three words … Continue reading
If Weekly Challenge No. 12, “One Easy Step To A Better Life,” didn’t have enough examples of simple steps you can choose each day to improve your life, then an article from Rodale.com ought to provide some inspiration. Check out … Continue reading
Can pretending to be something you’re not ever be a good thing? Contrary to popular belief, in some cases it might be. A well-intentioned bit of make-believe, known as “acting as if,” may help you achieve your goals. “I remember … Continue reading
There’s a fine line between persistence and unhealthy obsession. I’m still not sure which one author Kathryn Stockett had, but if her final results are any indication, we should all go a little crazy about seeing our creations come to … Continue reading
If you are feeling stuck, then congratulations. You’re on your way to something better. According to an expert, feeling stuck is a necessary crisis we must go through for personal and career growth. Google this morning found no less than 6.92 … Continue reading
Dear Reader, meet Sigmoid. Sigmoid, meet a world of people struggling to change or deal with change. I’m getting to know Sigmoid well these days as I realize how much insight his snake-like curves have into my life and my … Continue reading
There’s no shortage of books and resources about getting unstuck, but there seem to be big differences between the resources. Some books and articles focus on getting out of depression or away from bad habits; a few offer a religious … Continue reading
My light week of blog posts may give you a clue as to how busy I’ve been at work lately. So when I found the following article on getting unstuck at work via four simple steps, it seemed like a … Continue reading
Ever dream about wining the lottery as a way to get unstuck? I do. I daydream about paying off my mortgage, quitting my job, donating to my favorite nonprofits, living off interest and seeing the world. All of my problems … Continue reading