The Easy Road...Part 3

June 26, 2010...

The Easy Road...Part 2

June 25, 2010...

Why is it our inclination to take the easy road? Well, that's a no-brainer really.

Taking the easy road requires less thinking. Taking the easy road demands less energy. Taking the easy road requires less willpower. And often, taking the HIGH road (the more productive, positive, and valuable road) isn't as appealing as watching Entertainment Tonight.

The Easy Road...Part 1

June 24, 2010...

"I'll do it tomorrow." I've said it in my life a lot.

"I'm can wait." Yeah...I've liked that one a few times, too.

"Oh...what's one more day?" That's a good one, too, isn't it?


They makes us feel better for a moment, but get to used to using them and they can wage war on your goals and success.

It is so easy to submit to the inclination to do the less challenging or demanding task, isn't it?

What are you passing forward?

June 23, 2010...

What are you passing forward?

What energy...what attitudes...what words?

Are you leaving each person with whom you come in contact more positive...or less?

Whatever you are passing forward, rest assured that it will return to you.

By Shawn Anderson

Garbage out...self-mastery in

June 22, 2010...

"Kid School"

June 21, 2010...

Be your own pace-setter

June 20, 2010...

A lesson from an UNsubscriber

June 19, 2010...

A Bee's Sting...

June 18, 2010...

Have you ever been stung by a bee?

Those of us that have definitely know that this little insect can
certainly carry quite the big-time "OUCH!". I was reminded today
of that ouch feeling. Except it wasn't a bee. And it wasn't physical.

It was a mental sting.


June 17, 2010...

I'm one of those people that have a hard time focusing on the lyrics of entire songs. I start out listening to the words closely, but it seems before long, I am captivated by an idea or phrase sparked by the singer. It happened recently.

I was listening to a song by Natasha Bedingfield called Unwritten. I can't even begin to tell you what the song is about, but I can tell you that single word sent my brain spinning.


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