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Day Seven – Chakras and Productivity

The Seventh Chakra, called Sahasrara, is the 1,000 petal lotus at the crown of the head.  This is the area of true inspiration and purpose.  Some would call it our connection to the divine.  Maybe Plato would have called it

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Run Through the Finish

In 1986 I took a seminar called Insight.  The facilitator, made an analogy that has stayed with me these twenty five plus years. So often, as we approach our goal we tend to let up.  Amateur runners see the finish

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Occam’s Razor and Applesauce

As I was cutting apples for applesauce this morning I was thinking about simplicity.  Here’s my recipe: Apples Cinnamon Cut apples,  sprinkle with cinnamon, cook in pressure cooker on low heat until done. Simple. Occam’s Razor is the name of

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I have an empty Inbox

You may have never seen one of these.  It’s an empty inbox.  Most people I know have thousands of emails sitting in their inboxes.  What a Weight!  The stress of it is astounding. Conversely there is both a freedom and

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How do you get to Carnegie Hall?

Practice , practice, practice. Repetition lets us take a skill and move it through the stages of Johari’s window. From blind spot to conscious competence. In fact it allows us to move to a cognitive place of automation to the

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Acknowledge the positive changes you have made in your life. Focus on these — and on the changes in your life and expression that you are making right now — no matter how “small” or “insignificant” these changes might be.

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