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The word focus, like many words, has several meanings.  The “focus” of this blog post is on identifying what we pay particular attention to – and what we spend time on, that is what we focus on.  360 more words

Thoughtful Thursday

Courage in LIFE

One of the main qualities in life is to follow your path with courage. You can never choose the easy way out when you want to lead… 303 more words

Mind Fuzz

Could you run an IBS Self Help Group?

According to patient testimony, IBS is not well managed by the NHS.  Patients  complain that they are not listened to, treated as if they are a nuisance, discharged as soon as the tests come back negative, given treatments that do not work and notwithstanding continued illness, are rarely followed up. 1,749 more words

Behind the scenes at our company meeting

A few weeks ago we had a company meeting, where the whole :m team got together to discuss various issues and share ideas. There are 36 of us now, so there was no way we could spend the whole day squashed in our little office. 481 more words

B Corporation

Layers of Lost

Being lost produces a dreaded feeling of helplessness. We hate/fear that feeling. Thus we rarely will intentionally venture beyond the known. Too bad, because the security provided by… 443 more words


Finding Balance

During my undergraduate years, I often encountered two types of people; what I call the library dwellers and Stretch Armstrongs. The first group had no life other than school, thus it seemed like they lived at the library. 317 more words


Dr. Marshall Goldsmith on Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts–Becoming the Person You Want to Be

Chad Gordon interviews Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, the world’s top-rated executive coach and author of the new book, Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts–Becoming the Person You Want to Be. 211 more words