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Life Without Pain?

No one likes pain…because it’s, uhm…painful. But is it useful? Life w/out pain? #Pain's a metric/early warning system-alerting us to critical issues needing our attention; useful for correction #Culture — Gene Bulmer (@GeneBulmer) June 26, 2017 Add to that twinges, … Continue reading

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Post-Truth

Oxford’s word-of-the-Year for 2016 was ‘Post-Truth‘, meaning that which “feels” good to you or seems emotionally “true” can be true regardless of its lack of tethers to reality. Look around you. The morons you encounter in the media, on TV … Continue reading

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In Search of Familiarity

by Seth Godin Ask someone what they do, and they’ll probably talk about where they work. “I work in insurance,” or even, “I work for Aetna.” Of course, most of the 47,000 people who work for Aetna don’t do anything … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Lying to Yourself!

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I AM the Storm!

Fate whispers to the Warrior: “You can not withstand the storm.” The Warrior screams back: “I AM the Storm!!”

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Focus…

…is the new I.Q. On what are you focusing? And how’s that working out for you? #212_TheExtraDegree #TLYAW

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Time Management [?]

#TimeManagement? Impossible! Time streams forward regardless of our efforts to manage it. What we must focus on is the management of ourselves within the construct of time: Our choices. Our routines. Our priorities. Our habits. Our ability to parse good … Continue reading

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