Thursday, November 29, 2018

THERE IS A TIPPING POINT IN SELF DEVELOPMENT/ACTUALIZATION...

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When a person first fully enters the world of developing a more effective, happier self, he/she is entering a time of coping with uncertainty about what works.  He/she does that in hopes that one can better create what will truly work in life.

They will, necessarily, have to go through the learning curve, with its “at first seemingly flat” curve that seems to be lasting too long.  


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Sunday, November 25, 2018

On "No Fear" And On Creating A Life Operations Manual...Plus!

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"I would like to thank you again for all the work you have done to help it has been 100% invaluable. Without the emails, "Risk Fear" doc and the "Power of Thoughts" doc this would not have been remotely possible." Read the attached complete version of the email, linked below.


PL reported outstanding results from learning and actually applying these things in his life:

The "Zero Threat" from "risk" understanding, such that he could now see why no fear was needed!

How not to "react" from impulse or emotion, and to take the power pause to decide what would best work.

The power of creating an operating manual for life.

And more...

Read his insightful and resultsful message:

On "No Fear" And On Creating A Life Operations Manual...Plus!

May you harvest much benefit from this!

Keith

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Friday, November 23, 2018

A truly touching and inspiring movie/documentary...


I was going to get around to highly, highly recommending this touching, moving, and inspiring documentary that flows more like a movie the way it is edited.  Here’s what Daniel Pink wrote:

But if you’re looking for a movie for the entire family, let me recommend Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, which I finally saw last week. It’s riveting. (And it deserves its gobsmacking 99% Rotten Tomatoes rating.)

Americans of a certain age will remember the long-running public television children’s show Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood. What they won’t know until watching this film about the show and its history 
is how politically subversive the broadcast was. Mr. Rogers, it turns out, wasn’t merely dispensing anodyne lessons in politeness and good behavior. He was making subtler arguments about tolerance and nonviolence.

What’s more, Fred Rogers himself was an extraordinary human being — kind, generous, almost Gandhian in his selfless commitment to children. The word I’m about to drop on you is overused, but in this case it applies: Mr. Rogers was a hero.”

Sunday, November 18, 2018

Millenials do things in new ways, and now come The Perrenials


While I support greatly the new ways of the “Millenials”, I thought this description that follows fits the way I’ve chosen to live and hope others might consider.

“Perennials are ever-blooming, relevant people of all ages who know what’s happening in the world, stay current with technology and have friends of all ages. We get involved, stay curious, mentor others, and are passionate, compassionate, creative, confident, collaborative, global-minded risk takers.” 

                              Chip Conley, article