Posts made in October, 2013

The Door to the Invisible

Posted by on Oct 21, 2013 in Change, Facing Challenges | 0 comments

The Door to the Invisible

Imagine you’re facing a door, and on the other side of that door is change. In order to move forward you have to open the door without really knowing what’s on the other side. The change is invisible to you from where you’re standing, and the only way to see it is by opening the door. Will you open it?

Often, doors to change become visible to us at times when we’re ready for them. They’re not always there, but when they appear they challenge us to make the

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Perfect: The Enemy of Good

Posted by on Oct 21, 2013 in Learning, Mind-Body, Practice Health | 0 comments

Perfect:  The Enemy of Good

Why is perfect the enemy of good? Think about it. The message of “perfect” is that you’ll someday attain a status beyond which there’s no point of trying, or learning, or growing. If you’re perfect already, what’s the point of interacting with life and getting something out of it?

“Perfect” tricks you into believing that there is a solution and an endpoint.  Do you think that any individual in the

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The #*!*?! Keeps Coming

Posted by on Oct 21, 2013 in Facing Challenges, Healthy Practices, Learning | 0 comments

The #*!*?! Keeps Coming

During life, most of us hold our breath and wait for a time that finally feels calm and accommodating to who we are. Do you know the feeling? We work, try, and grapple, hoping that times will change and things will get easier. After small periods of calm, we’re usually thrown back into the mix of stress and ups and downs. Just as you’re waiting to get off an emotional roller coaster, life often buys you a ticket for a new one. What’s that about?

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