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How Do We Cope With Change?

It recently occurred to me that the Y2K concerns disappeared 17 years ago. Some of the companies we deal with have systems that are far enough behind that it is just beginning to be an issue for them. 591 more words

Don Shaughnessy

How to Know What's True For You

Here’s a very simple tool to find out everything that’s true for you and everything that’s not!

You’ll start knowing instantly when something will work for you and can make your life greater, and then you can choose accordingly. 89 more words

Dain Heer

Battling Decision-Fatigue

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Decision-fatigue refers to the fact that our ability to make decisions throughout the day diminishes without proper recharging.

When asking life’s biggest questions, we are often overwhelmed by smaller decisions and things that might not have registered on our radar in the past. 221 more words

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Our Committee

by cheri sabraw

Within our minds, like a corral full of transhumant donkeys and their shepherds,  a committee resides.

The committee is influential, detrimental, and experimental. 338 more words


Designing your life

Just a quick post here about a short piece I heard from NPR lately (the truth is my wonderful wife sent me a link to this piece). 175 more words


My Year of No

Throughout my life, I have focused on saying “Yes.” I have said yes to new opportunities at work, to volunteer opportunities, to event invites, to dates, and to everything in between. 828 more words