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Category Archives: Influences
For years the priests had copied the words. As each scroll wore out they’d make a new one, copying the words they knew meant hope: The people walking in darkness have seen a great light; on those living in the … Continue reading
A great start to the New Year is this beautiful essay by Danny Gregory: Beginning starts with a dream. A dream to draw. A dream to create. A dream to play the ukelele. Speak Portuguese. Ride a bike. Lose … Continue reading
Most of us have two lives. The life we live, and the unlived life within us. Between the two stands Resistance. Have you ever brought home a treadmill and let it gather dust in the attic? Ever resolved on a … Continue reading
Nathanael Boehm via Compfight Now all the New Year madness has passed it’s safe to come out and start thinking about how to make 2014 go your way. There’s an interesting article over on Steven Pressfield’s site which you might … Continue reading
Scott Wills via Compfight What does seem to matter is two things: The first is clarifying your desire – getting really clear and honest with yourself about what it is that you’d most love to happen, even if you don’t … Continue reading
Diane often has the experience of being trapped in her house. She has no problem with getting to work and then getting back home to fix dinner but after dinner and on the weekend she finds herself sitting around the … Continue reading
Until you quiet the resistance and commit to actually shipping things that matter, all the productivity tips in the world aren’t going to make a real difference. And, it turns out, once you do make the commitment, the productivity tips … Continue reading
“Impossible”. What a funny word. It’s a word that creates its own reality. “I can’t do that – it’s impossible!” Yeah, right. Let me tell you about some rat cages I saw in a research lab years ago. I was … Continue reading