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Posts tagged with ‘Inspiration’

Our Environment Creates Our Thoughts

  I am often shocked and baffled, when I encounter friends and colleagues who are passionate about being green, saving the earth and fighting global warming, but don’t place the same importance on their personal space. Now don’t get me wrong, I’m all about being green and recycling. I recycle fanatically. (…and when I can afford a Tesla, I’ll buy […]

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What if Dr. King didn’t tell us his dream?

  In 1986, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.‘s birthday was made a federal holiday, thus many of us remember and celebrate his life, on this day. Dr. King has always been a virtual mentor and hero of mine, therefore I use this time of the year to learn more about his life, his work and his dream. This past week while […]

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Live life in 3D!

There are twenty-four hours in a day. One third (1/3) of this time (8 hours) is typically reserved for sleep, which means there are sixteen hours left for conscious activity.  During a week day, eight to ten of our conscious hours are spent working, and depending upon where you live in relation to where you work, another hour or so, […]

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Inspired?

I have two questions. How do you get inspired? How do you  stay inspired? Do you know?  If so share it with me. (Leave a comment…I can never know enough about receiving inspiration.) If you don’t know, have you thought about the implications that can have on your will to get things done? I ask this because inspiration is the water […]

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Connecting the Dots – Remembering Steve Jobs

  A friend of mine has been on me for maybe the last six months to read the commencement address delivered by Steve Jobs back in 2005. Up until now I hadn’t. I was just too busy. Steve Jobs passed away yesterday. I read his commencement speech at Stanford, less than 24 hours later. Oh how I wish I had read it right […]

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