Monthly Archives: March 2012

A Good Way to Measure What Works for You

The good news is we’re landing immediately. The bad news is we are crash landing. – Madagascar (the movie) As some of you may have gathered based on my last post and the fact that it’s been longer than usual … Continue reading

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5 Practices for Keeping Overwhelm at Bay

For most of us work takes up at least half of our waking lives. And when work gets frenetically busy the breakneck speed and stress leaks over into our personal lives and threatens our ability to unwind, to maintain healthy … Continue reading

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How it All Fits

Stephen R. Covey of the famed The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is known for a particularly hard hitting demonstration, an analogy for designing a life (something I’ve written about before here and here too). The Demonstration A large … Continue reading

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