Monthly Archives: March 2011

This week’s firsts

I’m trying to do something new-to-me every day. Sometimes they are big, sometimes small. But they challenge me, help me grow and keep life interesting. Some days I don’t, and that’s OK too. This week… Monday Practiced treating everyone as … Continue reading

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On energy levels

I finished this working week at 5ish today (which is late for a Friday) with an insanely high level of energy. Like, so high that sitting still is a bit of a challenge. Of course, feeling this amazing made me … Continue reading

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I grabbed a copy of Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance today – a book I haven’t read for maybe 20 years, and that I was too young and inexperienced to understand the first time around. I’m a page … Continue reading

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When everyone is already your friend

Yesterday I spent the day practicing something suggested in Personal development for smart people. I’m paraphrasing without looking at the source, which I don’t necessarily like doing as he spent a long time explaining this idea, and I’m going to … Continue reading

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Personal development for smart people

I’m currently reading Personal development for smart people. I don’t usually have a lot of time for personal development books (which is sort of funny given that I just started a blog about it) – a lot feel like new-age … Continue reading

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