Monthly Archives: April 2020

What brings out the best in you?

by Seth Godin What brings out the worst? One more question: Is it possible to adjust your life so that you show up more often in situations that bring out the best? Can you have an agenda, a rider or … Continue reading

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Kraft/Heinz – We Got You America

#QuarantineLife #Freedom #America

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Be a Better Athlete

O.K. . . .slight advantage — my gym’s in my basement. But it’s been that way for 30 years. I don’t always relish being there, but, for inspiration, I adorn the walls with stuff like this (it makes that final … Continue reading

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Burning off the Dross

It was an inspirational day for the young, picked on crybaby; the day he opened the doors of the Universal Gym room at his High School. It was like that moment in The Wizard of Oz where black & white … Continue reading

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Improvised Discipline

I’m a fan of #Jazz music (real Jazz: Mingus, Monk, Coltrane, Nelson), especially the area of #improvisation; playing AROUND the main melody (e.g. Miles Davis’ ‘Someday My Prince Will Come’). And . . . it occurs to me that that’s … Continue reading

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A New Perspective

Let’s say this #QuarantineLife continues for a considerable time – a time period longer than you, or any of us, initially imagined — let’s say until August, September or beyond. How does that fit into your pre COVID-19 perspective?   How, … Continue reading

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