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Self-Discovery

This has been a very odd few months. On the upside about this whole thing is that I hired a coach to help me work through work issues and give me a kick in the pants to work towards my goals. 108 more words

About Me

50 Shades and the Workplace

Originally posted on http://goodmenproject.com/featured-content/50-shades-and-the-workplace-dsh/

People often say, “Talent joins organizations, and leaves bosses.” The chemistry, synergy, feel—or whatever you wish to call it—of the organization is not sufficient to retain the recruited talent. 1,128 more words

Not a burden

“Yesterday’s aches, pains and problems are not a burden here and now unless you brought them with you.”

— Lao Tzu

Photography

East Meets West

Home can be as abstract as the concept of gravity yet they are both quite similar. The idea of being kept.  A grounding, a centering that makes us feel safe only second to being encapsulated in our mothers womb. 514 more words

My Truth

El camino del Tao

Con la colaboración de Al-Chung Liang-Huang

Inspirándose en los antiguos textos de Lao-tzu, Chuang-tzu, el libro de Kuan-tzu y el I Ching, así como en los estudios de Joseph Needham, Lin Yutang y Arthur Waley -entre otros-, Alan Watts ha escrito, con su inimitable estilo, un libro destinado a convertirse en el texto occidental básico sobre el Taoísmo. 177 more words

Libros

Let go? I got a feeling I can't.

We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us.

~Joseph Campbell

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Inspirational

Punchin' them Keys

OK…ouch.  I punched the keys on the advice of another blogger out here on WordPress – and got sore knuckles to prove it.

His suggestion, naturally, was not to duke it out with your keyboard (bad for tech and knuckles both) but to just sit down and start putting words on that blank screen. 478 more words