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Tag: Time

The lessons of history

As I listened to his podcast on my morning walk this week, Tim Ferriss reminded me about a book he recommended that I read a few years back.  It is called The Lessons of History by Will and Ariel Durant.  It condenses 10,000 years of history into about 120 pages.  Tim said that when you look at that kind of snapshot, you realize we have been here before.  Plagues, famines, wars.  And we got through it.  As we will again. Continue reading

Add some extra into our ordinary

How can we add some extra into our ordinary in 2019?  Poet Mary Oliver said, “No one yet has made a list of places where the extraordinary may happen and where it may not. Still, there are indications. Among crowds, in drawing rooms, among easements and comforts and pleasures, it is seldom seen. It likes the out-of-doors. It likes the concentrating mind. It likes solitude. It is more likely to stick to the risk-taker than the ticket-taker. It isn’t that it would disparage comforts, or the set routines of the world, but that its concern is directed to another place. Its concern is the edge, and the making of a form out of the formlessness that is beyond the edge.” Continue reading

What is your definition of success?

What is your definition of success?  Is it followers?  Likes?  Salary increases?  Bonuses?  Is it moments you felt proud?  It is finishing something?  Is it starting something?  Is it times your children inspired you?  Is it the ability to travel?  Is it buying your own home?  Is it selling your life story?

The definition is different for all of us.  The one thing that matters is that it’s something that doesn’t disappoint us once attained. Continue reading

It’s your time

Do you remember the Swatch Watch?  I had one.  Pink and blue and yellow and green.  It was a fun way to express myself as a teenager.

Before Swatch came about, watches were all about telling time.  Taglines talked about precision and brands you could count on.  Then someone decided that your watch could be an accessory to your look, your outfit, the story you were trying to tell.   Continue reading

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