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One Question A Day?

How often do we catch ourselves wondering if we try to do too much?

Hawaiian Hula singing and dancing at Honolulu airport
In a hurry to make connecting flight, but compelled to stop and unpack Jack for a photo

 

How often do we catch ourselves wondering if we try to do too much?

Monthly? Weekly? More often?

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Peace In Your Soul

Remaining calm isn’t just the President’s job

photo of magazine headline "Surviving Disruption"
life disruptions come in all shapes and sizes, and are magnified during recessions

 

Last night (December 11, 2012) President Obama told ABC’s Barbara Walters he’s optimistic we aren’t headed over a fiscal cliff. What else can the commander in chief say? Portraying calm, even if you aren’t, is part of being a great leader.

Remaining calm isn’t just the President’s job, it’s our job too. Seriously. It is.

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Dear Son

Dear Son, stress creates a wasteful use of this behavior

funny fish photos
don’t be a swordfish, I mean, um, sourpuss…don’t be a sourpuss

Dear Son, stress creates a wasteful use of energy called bickering. Thanks for recognizing it and being open and honest.

Dear self, get busy figuring this out and eradicating it.

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PS. The bickering was short lived, but nonetheless, it happened. Working on it being the last time. Ever. Joy does not mean stress-free, it means finding alternatives to negative reactions.