Category Archives: Life Management

Intention Improves Attention

This is the second in my series of sharing the BIG THREE lessons learned lately. The first was focusing on solutions not problems. Today I want to talk about tension, attention, and intention. Applying the right one at the right … Continue reading

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If a Problem Has Your Attention, You’re in Trouble

We hope every journey begins with sunny skies, fair winds, and all needs met. But… …if you’re like me and on a journey to create a life of maximum contribution, the motivation to “leave port” only comes when encountering something … Continue reading

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My Afternoon With Oriah Mountain Dreamer

For those of you familiar with the Christian Bible, Matthew, in Chapter 17, describes what it was like for the disciples to watch Jesus have a discussion with Moses and Elijah. Yesterday for couple of hours I was in a … Continue reading

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Starting with the End in Mind

Let’s build something. How about the life you are called to have;  the life you’d want more than any other? I first met Stephen Covey in 1989. His book The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People was a new best … Continue reading

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