Finding Focus

One of the reasons I have been having such a hard time posting lately is a lack of focus. Focus is a fragile and limited resource. It can be shattered by the ring of a phone or beep of an email and then your idea is gone, your train of thought is derailed.

I used . . . → Read More: Finding Focus

Frustration leads to….

Frustration: the feeling of being upset or annoyed, especially because of inability to change or achieve something. an event or circumstance that causes one to have a feeling of frustration. the prevention of the progress, success, or fulfillment of something.

Frustration can lead to many other “tion” words. Procrastination, aggravation, irritation being a few.  Holding . . . → Read More: Frustration leads to….

Interruptions

Rather than getting irritated when interruptions occur, I can see them as positive opportunities. . . . → Read More: Interruptions

Dry Skin Help!

I have little itchy spots and had a very small persistent spot on the top side of my wrist. I was walking through our natural food store the other day just looking for a simple, natural lotion. My eyes see a little bottle of marula oil (brand Acure) on display. . . . → Read More: Dry Skin Help!

Mind over Matter

The “law of attraction” states that your thought frequencies mesh with the frequency of the Universe. If your frequency is emanating negative thoughts and beliefs, the Universe will respond by sending to you negative situations. On the flip side, if your frequency is emanating positive thoughts and beliefs, the Universe will respond by sending you positive situations. . . . → Read More: Mind over Matter

Daily Teachings from “The Secret”

No matter what you have been thinking or feeling, your power to create something new is NOW. . . . → Read More: Daily Teachings from “The Secret”

Middle Ground

Two People are walking.  One says, “I will only turn right.” The other says, “I will only turn left.”  So in this way each always ends up where they began and never really gets anywhere.

This is the state of politics today.  Not only in political office, but also in everyday thought, belief and interaction.  . . . → Read More: Middle Ground

Blaming Others is Easy… If You Want to be in Control, Blame Yourself

It is easy to blame other people when your life does not go the way you might want it to go. The lack of control of the situation around you can be infuriating. I recently suffered through my girlfriend of two and a half years ending our relationship. She was scared of my temper, which . . . → Read More: Blaming Others is Easy… If You Want to be in Control, Blame Yourself

Learn, don’t Blame

This philosophy works great while the company is making money, has a great reputation and has work constantly appearing at their door. When the work starts to wane, somebody damages their reputation, or work stops coming in, the company then tends to drop this philosophy and starts to look around to “Blame” someone or something. . . . → Read More: Learn, don’t Blame

A Reflection of Self

The dog is a reflection of your energy, of your behavior. You have to ask, ‘What am I doing?’ That’s the right question to ask.

Cesar Millan

Watching an episode of Cesar 911, I was struck with the amount of helping people he does versus the helping of dogs. While he is called the Dog . . . → Read More: A Reflection of Self