The 30-Second Technique

stopwatch-30-1200x540I wanted to tell you about a technique I use to make decisions when I am stuck.

Have you ever been on a diet. You are craving a salad, so you decide to take a trip to the local grocer. You approach the aisle and begin searching for the  best dressing–one that does not have too much fat, low sodium, healthy amount of sugar, and most of all….one that tastes good! If you are a label buff like me, you will usually find that there is no single one with that contains all of your requirements! So you just stand there…….trying not to give into the high fat Thousand Island, Ranch and Blue Cheese dressing that are calling your name.

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3 Kick Ass Tips to Become More Efficient

karatePericles, an influential and important leader of Athens during the Athenian Golden Age  said, “Time is the wisest counselor of all.” Perhaps you are at a point in your life where you realize that time is fleeting and you must spend your time more efficiently, not wasting it on frivolous things or things that hold us back.
We’re always looking for ways to get more important things done in less time. Today I want to share with you 3 simple tips you can implement right away to get you to be more efficient.

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Humpday Wednesday Motivation

In reflecting about  my life, my  family, my friends, everything that could have gone wrong, did go wrong. Everything that could go right, did. Nothing more, nothing less. I am thankful for life. Thankful for love. Thankful for peace. Everything has worked effectively to bring me to this moment of reflection and gratitude for life. I know my identity–not trying to create a new one, but I continue to grow and learn in authenticity–remembering not to make it harder than it needs to be for the sake of money, status, power, and self esteem.

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The Biggest Lie of the Era

As many of us were growing up. We were repeatedly reminded that our main path in life was to: Graduate high school, go to college, get a good job, get married, build a nice picket fenced home in the suburbs, and have a couple of children,  To this mindset, we were anchored, but somewhere along the journey, we became obsessed with a lie. That lie was based on the constructed framework that life is in a neat little package, and that everything that we plan will work in our favor.

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