for the month of october, i’ve played something called healthmonth. it is a fun, useful and well-thought-out site where you can establish health rules you’d like to follow and then keep track of how you’re doing. from the site: health month is all about designing your own health rules, and then trying to stick to… Continue reading health month
success in 2009 – 3rd and final post
what was your biggest non-monetary success this year? i asked this question on twitter, LinkedIn and facebook. this is post #3 – the first instalment is here, and the second here. (the ones with the @ denote twitter names). @dorylanenter: new friendships i made joanna poppink: transforming my front garden into a gorgeous, free chi… Continue reading success in 2009 – 3rd and final post
success in 2009 – part 2
here’s part 2 of my social media friends’ nonmonetary successes in 2009: (the ones with the @ are people’s twitter accounts). part 1 is here. darren barefoot: i wrote half a book, which, it turns out, is a shocking amount of work. hamish: two of my former clients (and now friends) successfully landed new jobs… Continue reading success in 2009 – part 2
higher! higher! on a wordless wednesday
image by matteo
in defense of “trying”
the word “trying” has a bad rap. why? yoda said, “do, or do not. there is no try“. there is the idea that “trying” is associated with excuses, that trying comes just before failing, that trying implies no commitment, etc. fair enough. here are my points: what does try mean? let’s start by looking at… Continue reading in defense of “trying”
rich! richer! richest!
and today, just for the fun of it, because good ol’ john chow sent me there, here is a look into the crystal ball. try it yourself! 18,170,695how much money will you be worth?
dr. capista on: studying sacred text, together
this is day 2 of my participation in the virtual book tour of dr. joe capista’s book what can a dentist teach you about business, life and success? i’m interested in what dr. capista has to say about spirituality. yesterday we looked at his experience with retreats. today he talks about his experience with a… Continue reading dr. capista on: studying sacred text, together
dr. joe capista on: going to retreats
once again i’m involved in a virtual book tour, this time for dr. joe capista’s book, what can a dentist teach you about business, life and success? for the next three days, i will discuss sections in this book where he talks about his experience with spirituality. if you want to learn more about dr.… Continue reading dr. joe capista on: going to retreats
busy with liz
i’m sorry folks but today i’m not posting anything; i’m busy answering liz strauss’s fascinating success questions – click on the image and see what they’re all about! .
thinking differently about success, failure and learning
a few weeks ago i wrote a blog post, the scrunchie challenge, where i felt inspired by a post at monk at work to change a habit. i said i was going to keep a scrunchie on my wrist for three weeks, to remind me to ground myself whenever i wasn’t experiencing my body enough.… Continue reading thinking differently about success, failure and learning