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What Role Do You Want to Play?

Seems like a simple enough question, really. But beyond the question are the implications your answer will determine.

I can’t be the only one who has super random flashbacks. 518 more words

Earl Thomas: An Injury, A Tweet, & An Interview

Earl Thomas – an invaluable part of the Seattle Seahawks’ LOB – was injured a year ago during week 13, in a game against Carolina. If you were watching, you instantly knew how bad it was. 1,214 more words

What "This Team" Can Teach Us

This is definitely not meant as a dis to the Dodgers or Dodger fans everywhere. But after last night’s outcome, I started to dissect the results to see what I could take away. 1,610 more words

Battling the 3 P's: Perfection, People Pleasing & Procrastination

Growing up, a lot of us deal with one of, if not all of, these 3 P’s: perfectionism, people pleasing & procrastination.

People Pleasing:

The natural instinct to be social and have friends when you were young didn’t necessarily mean you would find yourself being a prisoner to people’s opinions for the rest of your life. 1,518 more words


Author Interview: 'Playing to Win' by Ashlie Knapp

About the Book:

Spunky, quick-witted twenty-one year old Callie Thompson is a University of Oklahoma journalism student by day and Oklahoma City Thunder dancer by night. 921 more words

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DayBreaks for 9/22/17 - Playing to Lose

DayBreaks for 9/22/17: Playing To Lose

Note: Galen is traveling this week.

From the DayBreaks archive, 9/2007:

Last week a brother who gets DayBreaks suggested a thought on the topic of “playing to lose” and the idea captured my thoughts.  700 more words

New Testament

Tabletop Game Day: Play List

While I write this, Empire Strikes Back plays in the background, coffee in a cup near at hand, my dog asleep on her bed, and my cat battering some enrichment object around. 468 more words