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Time Passes?

Time Passes?

It has been a while since my last post here on 3 Levels of Gratitude. Time passes. Indeed. Or does it? Time is time, and we pass through it maybe is more accurate. Here I offer on Time as Teacher, and/or the Classroom.

3 Levels of Gratitude

3 Levels of Gratitude

Gratitude is an internal experience. Thankfulness is the expression of Gratitude in words and deeds. Appreciation is the valuing of something or someone in how we engage it. It is an increase in value. Appreciation is that practice where we show our Gratitude and Thankfulness through our active engagement.

Foundational Truth

Foundational Truth

History is history. Anything else is less than truthful. This is true individually as well as collectively. If I am not truthful with myself, it impacts my capacity to make wise decisions and take on the right action… with myself or others. Truthfulness is foundational to all we do.

A Fit of Purpose

A Fit of Purpose

Best fit applies to business planning and life living. What I have been studying, consulting, acting and reflecting on over these last few weeks has centered around the thought and work of Linda Kavelin-Popov and the business coaching of Joe Calloway.

Find What Works

Find What Works

I write and deliver on exploring Character, Purpose and Unity… as forces for great change… at school, work, business and community. Part of that is about finding our “fit” over “fitting in”. Part of that is finding what works for us. Here, I explore some simple thoughts.

4 Commands Meant

4 Commands Meant

Joe Calloway wrote a book I love called, “Be the Best at What Matters Most”. I am thinking that there are lessons for me this day. Being the best at what matters most to who we best serve is vital for a sustainable and sustaining success. It also starts from within, I am thinking.

Have a Digital Coffee

Have a Digital Coffee

Digital Coffees is where you will find conversations around mental health, virtue and character, immigration and diversity, teacher care, environmental sustainability, Joy and Zeal, and life and living it. We invite you to pull up a chair and a beverage.

Settlin’ Sucks

Settlin’ Sucks

This week, I came back around to the notion that “settlin’ sucks”. That “ok” relationship, that often numbing work, that sterile “picket fence thing”. that “what are ya gonna do anyway” mentality… all the seduction of settlin’. And it sucks; it sucks the Soul out of us.

Going SMALLer

Going SMALLer

We live in a world that I submit far too often celebrates “the bigger, the better”. More likes and popularity, bigger audiences, more. These two months, I am dialing back to dial better in, and sharpening the blades on my meditation and going SMALLer.

Another Meditative Side

Another Meditative Side

My next two months will be focused on healthy habits and being open to the focus, presence and power of meditation… seeing where that takes me. Will be sharing here weekly.
Another side awaits, 8 weeks away. I am going to swing for the fences, lol.

The Other Side

The Other Side

I will not be posting here in June, electing to pour myself into a Fitness Challenge in a group of which I have been a part for some time now. My road back to optimal health has been steady, but it needs a fierce focus, right now. Some parting thoughts, for now…

Finally Learning from Stroke

Finally Learning from Stroke

In Zealing the Deal, I shared something on epitaph and Zeal. This morning, I awoke with a memory of writing on A Global Stroke. I choose to revisit on that here and now.