Practice

The Practice of Identifying Tolerations

OK, I give up. I like the term “microannoyances” and also “microaggravations”, but it turns out that the concept has been already more eloquently labeled by no less than the father of life-coaching, Thomas Leonard. He called them “tolerations“, and I suggested in my last post that you take a look around at the things …

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Love

MicroAggravations: Things You Don’t Love

A while back I mentioned the idea of “micro-annoyances” here on the blog, planning on following up on them later. Today’s the day! In case you don’t have time to click the link, the idea of “microannoyances” is working alongside the term “microaggression”, defined as: …the everyday verbal, nonverbal, and environmental slights, snubs, or insults, …

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Practice

Three Productivity-Producing Products

I talk a lot about various things I try out, and I don’t always follow up on how they work out. However, there are three things that I’ve been using that have really made a significant difference in the way I work, the things I accomplish, and more. I wanted to share them simply because …

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