Tag Archives: life skills

Too Busy to Improve?

In this age of speeded up communications, travel, work and life, faster is not always the answer. Several years ago I commissioned a cartoonist by the name of Rupert Besley to illustrate a concept for me.  The concept deals with the insidious … Continue reading

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Living “Heuristically” and Strategy Execution

The unexamined life is not worth living. -Socrates The unlived life is not worth examining. -Sheldon Kopp After 60+ years of bumping through life I subscribe 100% to the latter quote.  If you haven’t embraced a life of stretching outside … Continue reading

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Interesting or Interested?

“Live For Today…Plan For Tomorrow…Party Tonight..!!!” Again I find myself reflecting on some of the things my mother taught me about how to lead a successful and fulfilled life.  To say I was a poor student when it comes to learning … Continue reading

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Opportunity and Endless Opportunity . . .

Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity.        -Seneca We live in a remarkable age.  An age of opportunity.  At no other time in the history of mankind has there been so much opportunity.  Opportunity to travel … Continue reading

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