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Set your Tivos

For those of you that have not yet read The Brain That Changes Itself, by Norman Doidge, (I may have mentioned it once or twice on this here bjournal) here’s your chance to get some information without having to read word … Continue reading

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Goal Tracking

I found an online goal tracking program that I’m very excited about. Am I the last person on earth to discover this? http://www.joesgoals.com/index.cfm I’ve been doing “The Coach Approach” at my gym, which is designed for people (like probably 90% of … Continue reading

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Celebrity Sightings

I think I saw this guy at the Public Market on Thursday:   It was weird, because I looked at him and immediately thought, “Ohmigod, it’s him!” but then re-thought that, “No it isn’t.” Because he didn’t look like his pictures … Continue reading

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Vancouver Moment

A young man in his twenties cycles in the mist and threatening rain, adhering to no known traffic laws. His hair is longish and unruly in the fashion of the mid-twenties man, which I can see because he wears no helmet. He has … Continue reading

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Goals? Where? RUN!

So, of course it makes sense that I should declare my intent to write prolifically and then fail to post anything for nearly a week. Because that’s what I do. I set myself a goal and then run pell mell in the … Continue reading

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I’ve Got a Little List

Are any of you familiar with that song from The Mikado sung by the Lord High Executioner about all the people he has on a list should the need ever come to execute someone? For those who went eh? to … Continue reading

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When phrases de-volve

When did Thinking outside of the box become Thinking out of the box ??? I’m just saying that those two statements mean very different things. One’s a paradigm shift and the other’s pre-fab thinking. One is invention and cracking the cosmic egg. The other is … Continue reading

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Commas don’t, kill the message but sure, can make it harder, to understand

Seen on the tailgate of a Chevy Blazer: Guns Kill People, Like Spoons Made Rosie O’Donnell Fat! This is not a post about pro or con guns (although I will note that yes, people kill people, but it is EASIER … Continue reading

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The Urgent Avoider

Of all the people that you can encounter in business, one of the most frustrating types has to be, what am I now about to coin, the Urgent Avoider. This person has two distinct cycles. The Urgency Phase is easily … Continue reading

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Fred the Great

It would seem that Griffin has an imaginary friend. His name is Fred. Today I witnessed an entire argument with this imaginary friend who was holding Griffin’s arm so that he couldn’t drive his trike in a straight line. I … Continue reading

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