The Harsh Realities of Time and Space

A while back I talked about wanting to focus on mastering time. That’s as opposed to (as we call it) managing time. Trying to make our time “stretch” by chopping it into precise and smaller segments isn’t actually giving us more time, any more than chopping a pie into thinner and thinner slices can give us more …

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Engage with What You Love

If you have headphones, or can play classical music in your environment, you should click on the link and watch this short (about two minutes) video: Even if you can’t watch it, you can tell from the screen shot that this is a conductor who is engaged in what she is doing. Even people who don’t like …

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