Reflection is like money in the bank

Delta priority boarding receipt
Had forgotten i purchased priority boarding for the trip out.

 

Reflection is like money in the bank.

Being cash rich but time poor means you have money in the bank, but you are too busy to spend time on yourself and with people you care about.

Your time is spent on being excellent (a positive assumption) in your career, but not having enough time to get a decent night’s sleep.

So yeah, self-reflection is a special kind of wealth.

When you start sleeping well and start awakening early enough to self-reflect, you’ll still be busy.

A “healthier” busy.

And then you can be bold enough and brave enough to be true to yourself.

If not now (or soon), when?

If not ever, why?

 

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Why do you sit in the very last row?

Catholic Priest using technology
Father Benjamin inspired me yesterday morning. i told him afterward i could feel his passion in the very last row. PS. He’s checking his iPhone.

 

Why do you sit in the very last row?

Because…fundamentality, the last shall be first…

Actually, our Son (18) picks the seats.

You’ve heard of lose the battle, win the war?

So yeah.

i’ll take him consistently attending Sunday morning Mass without coercion over sitting front and center.

 

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Getting and staying organized enhances your attitude

Apple 3TB Time Capsule
A bit like a seat belt in your daily vehicle. Probably never need (a complete laptop backup) seatbelt, but you wear it every time you get in a vehicle.

 

You can store everything you have digitally in the cloud.

Apple has the Cloud redundancy that they will never lose your stuff.

But what if you accidentally delete something from your laptop files?

Currently, Apple has automatic iCloud backups for your iPhone (without the need for a separate physical device), but not for a MacBook – that is, not unless you have a physical device.

And if you lose something from your phone, you can restore your phone to the previous day and get it back.

A recent accidental deletion of some files woke me up to getting a physcial device – Apple’s Time Capsule.

It’s wireless, and it can be set to automatically (and daily) back up your entire laptop.

The only downside is that it’s a physical device.

Oh well, do what needs to be done to never have to worry about accidents.

This freedom is healthy for your attitude.

Consistent worry, even at a sub-conscience level, inhibits (and limits) our mental attitude.

 

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Obsessively focused on balance

Glacier Park Rising Sun
The daily commute begins in seven days. Trip five for Summer 2018.

 

Obsessively focused on balance?

If you are, you are living a far more balanced life than if you aren’t (obsessively) focused on living a balanced life.

High focus and high discipline.

Low focus and low discipline.

Simple math.

Bonus insight: Your vision for the future is what powers discipline. If you want a better future bad enough, you will find a way.

 

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