Stress Enhances.

Last week, I wrote that when we choose the best reality for success, we increase our chances for happiness. I also wrote that a necessary condition to choice was the beliefs that we hold about our abilities. On Saturday, my family and I competed at the AAU State Qualifier for the National Championship in Taekwondo. …

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Which Reality Are you Pursuing?

I read in Shawn Anchor's book, Before Happiness, that one strategy for happiness is to "pursue the reality that makes you  the most successful." I guess the presumption is that success = happiness.This weekend, my family and I will compete in forms at the AAU Taekwondo State Qualifier. I began to wonder what I needed …

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I Intend.

Deepak Chopra said these words during one of his meditation challenges that I like to participate in. His language struck me. There was a ring to it. A resonance. A reverberation that echoed in my actions since learning the distinction. That got me thinking. What is it about intention that changes how we act and …

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Prime the Pump, Baby!

No, I am not talking about primes in mathematics, or primes in fencing; I am talking about primes as a verb. What I am talking about are primes that are the necessary ingredients for clarity in action. Does your office or home look like this? Or does it look like this? This photo is of …

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How to Conduct a Time Audit

allocation-of-time The above link connects you to a pie chart that shows how I allocated hours to certain activities by conducting a time audit. Why would you want to take your valuable time to do this? What could you possibly gain by pulling back the curtain, and seeing how you really live your life? The …

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