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What lofty ideas would we think of if we knew we couldn’t fail?

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What lofty ideas would we think of if we knew we couldn’t fail?

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Authenticity (New Currency)

Midlife Name Calling

Not What You'd Expect
Not What You'd Expect

Bam!

Out of no where.

Talk about being hit with a blind spot!

Last week, the new guy said, “You’re the most boundary-less thinker I’ve ever met”.

Think about it, you might have some really exciting, positive blind spots.

Listen carefully when you engage with others. When they call you names, it will probably fly right over your head, or, it just might make your day.

Maybe it’s the tag line at the Next Blog that helped form the blind spot.

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Thankfulness

Boundarylessness Thanks

Read this carefully, Boundary-less-ness.

Pretty cool.  Saw it engraved on a trophy at somebody’s desk a few days ago.

Clever, isn’t it, to engrave it on a bronze plate and put it on a trophy? No boundaries.  No limits. Nice reminder.

However, it doesn’t seem worth the effort to try something without limits, simply because it’s probably, if not entirely, impossible.

Why waste time on something that can’t be done?

But thankfulness, now that’s a completely different story. Anyone can give thanks.  For anything.

There is never a point where we can’t go farther with our thankfulness. Ever.  If you challenge this, I’ll challenge you. You see, every day you wake and try to tell me I’m wrong, is one more thing you can be thankful for – breathe in your nostrils and the ability to make a choice.