Monthly Archives: May 2013

Free Your Mind and the Rest Will Follow

Not just an En Vogue song.  This is another area where Yoga and Productivity practices intersect.  Sometimes one of the hardest poses in yoga practice is the one that usually closes the practice called Savasana or Corpse Pose.  (it was

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Is your Work a Well Fare?

Your work is to find out what your work should be and not to neglect it for another’s. Clearly discover your work and attend to it with all your heart. (Dhammapada, v. 166) I found this Buddha quote in a

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Pressure Cooker v. Crock Pot

I can’t tell you the physics behind these cooking methods but I find the results similar in many ways. I used to have a crock pot or slow cooker in my college dorm room. We made a lot of soups

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Ideation

My uncle Al told me that he would sit in a favorite chair and have an original idea every day.  My productivity mentor David Allen once told a class I was in about having a list of $1Million ideas.  People

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Flowing Energy = Ease

Which of these two people looks more relaxed and at ease?  Which looks like they are exerting more energy?  We know from the physical law of inertia that an object in motion stays in motion.  We know from the Wizard

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Quote of the Day

You are never really playing an opponent. You are playing yourself, your own highest standards, and when you reach your limits, that is real joy. -Arthur Ashe

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Peace on you

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