Overhaul those Statutory Holidays

When was the last time you looked at your holidays? NOT the vacation allotment.  The statutory holidays? Recently in the west, some of us celebrated St. Patrick’s Day with green beer, leprechauns and chocolate pots of gold. I had to visit four grocery stores before I finally found the brisket! All that running around made

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It’s Always the Little Things

Have you noticed it’s the always about the little things? Last week, I had a late-in-the-day Zoom appointment with a gent in the US. I waited a decent length of time, and still, he did not show. Truthfully, I admit to needing to find the time to catch up on ‘Zoom etiquette for lateness.’ Instead,

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It’s about the Shining

One part of the human anatomy has always fascinated me, immediately drew me in and held my attention for extended periods. That one part is – our eyes. Today is the first of two, maybe more opinion pieces about our eyes. Have you ever been asked, Why do you do what you do? Or why

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A Different Perspective

Our perspective can so often de-rail our best efforts, can’t it? I used to be a rabid reader. It was nothing to devour five or ten books a week. Nowadays, I have a two foot stack of books beside me at my desk, at least a hundred on Kindle, and a few strategically placed around

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The Sound of Crickets

I think we all go through periods where we strain to hear some feedback, any feedback, just a little bit of feedback, puh-lease, and all we get are Crickets! For some, that period can be short; for others, it can be gruellingly long. Irrespective of the road we travel and the kind of human we

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It’s Twenty Twenty Three

And just for you — 33 WAYS TO MAKE 2023 PRETTY DAMN GOOD Fewer resolutions. More resolve. Increase your daily level of optimism. AMAZING things will start to happen! Be a lamp. Or a lifeboat. Or a ladder. Mean people suck. Don’t become one of them. Not even for a second. Write more. Journaling, blogging, morning

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The Federation of Men

It’s time I apologize to the Federation of Men. Once and for all. You see, I used to think men were dumb; women more intelligent when admitting their inability to stay on a path. Because we all know, a man never gets lost. Among some of his better lines, I think the “I am exploring,”

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A Game to Try

I was cruising Twitter the other day (I don’t post much, to begin with, and am even less inclined since the MuskRat bought it.) and stumbled upon this post from one of my connections. “A famous researcher predicts divorce with 91% accuracy. He invented a game to protect against the #1 relationship killer. Here it

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Time To Change Your Dream?

About your dream. I relearned another lesson this week. And you may find it helpful. I’ve been researching and taping several upcoming episodes of my podcast Exploring Compassionate Capitalism. And watching the games being played in Egypt as the world leaders try to agree on just one thing. Horribly, I found myself falling deep into

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Purposeful Procrastination

Purposeful Procrastination?  What on earth am I talking about? We all have those days when we just don’t wanna. No matter how important it is that we know to get something done, we don’t have the energy or the reserve to follow through. Know what I mean? I have a trick to get you on

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