Nearing the finish line. There’s a lot to think about in the federal election.
My sister blogger, Beth Havey read an essay by John Paul Brammer entitled: “Six sentences I can’t forget,” which inspired […]
Yesterday I posted on my goals progress for 2014, a final re-cap, with a final grade of “success.” To tell the truth, those goals kinda gave me a back-to-the-corporate world. Yes, it’s great to have a future in site and to plan concert mileposts to measure that success. Still, my life is no longer as scheduled as it should be.
I took a look back at my journal and found my days filled with To-Dos and TaDas. I chroniclef Calories, Exercise, and Weight. What I accomplished and what I left behind. Always coming up short, I reaffirmed my core belief that I’m never quite enough. Always a bit further to go, a little more to achieve.
I returned to my old friend, Stephen Covey. What’s most important? How do I people to remember me? What do I want to leave behind? How do I “sharpen my saw.”
Ah January… cold and dark and long. The holidays are behind us, the annual, quarterly, and monthly bills […]