Added by Don Jurgich on November 30, 2010 at 1:46pm — No Comments
Among many books that I have studied and read, there has never been any of them as effective, practicle and light-hearted as " Philosophy Gym".What attracted me most about this book is its rational approach to the most imoprtant questions about life, such as , " Does God exist?", " But is it Art?", Where did the Universe come from?.....so on.
The book changed my mind about many things. But the major change…Continue
Added by Yassin Q. Said on November 28, 2010 at 8:30am — No Comments
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Added by Garvin on November 28, 2010 at 12:45am — No Comments
Happy thanksgiving everybody. I know you haven't heard from me in a while. We're still connected, still writing, I've been putting in alot of overtime at my job. That's excellent. It's all about pacing myself, working smart, and being wise with my time. I'm grateful that I'm putting my time to great use. Still setting and achieving goals. I still have my two websites working for me, (dlee14.qhealthzone.com) (my1-don.blogspot.com) They may not be working for me too…Continue
Added by Don Lee on November 25, 2010 at 6:22pm — No Comments
Added by Tamara Herl on November 23, 2010 at 2:41pm — No Comments
Over the course of the past week, several people have told me: "The one thing that will help to transform the world is when each one of us able to get clear and stay clear." They are saying we should focus on "being" instead of "doing." What do you think of this statement?
One the one hand, I totally agree with what they are saying, yet, isn't there also a need to "do"? How can we balance Being and Doing?
Added by Gabrielle Brooke Gujjari on November 9, 2010 at 5:57pm — No Comments
David Allen in his classic "Getting Things Done" accurately describes different elevations (perspectives) on life and activites. They range from runway (current activities-monitored daily), through current projects, current responsibilities, 1-2 year goals, 3-5 year goals, all the way to what he labels the 50,000 foot elevation of career, purpose and lifestyle.
I agree with his thinking, but one must add another higher perspective, an even bigger picture thinking. Think of it…Continue