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workaholic? moi?

July 6, 2007

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Who’s a workaholic? It certainly wouldn’t be me, nor you…would it? Ha! Remember the Eighties, where you were supposed to be a proud workaholic, in your little blue suit and tie? That was back before we got lives. Or brains, I think. Now it’s more fashionable to have a balanced life, and thank god for […]

podcast: a map of awakening: the five spiritual faculties

July 3, 2007

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These are the five Buddhist spiritual precepts, explained and expanded upon by Diana Winston, from the excellent collection at DharmaSeed. These principles, as with much of Buddhist practice, can be used by anyone, Buddhist or not. These are paradigms that are universal: you can look at your life, analyze it according to these principles, and […]

99 lessons learned by leaving

July 2, 2007

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Here’s some good food for thought from Edith Yeung (whom I found via sports blog WithMalice: she’s listed 99 things she’s learned by leaving the corporate life. Bear with the typos (god knows we’ve all made typso!) because there’s real wisdom here under an imperfect facade. Actually, the time it takes to sit down and […]

teddy roosevelt on achievement

June 25, 2007

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“It is not the critic who counts: not the woman who points out how the strong woman stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done better. The credit belongs to the woman who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly, who errs […]

to boldly go

June 21, 2007

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and to boldly do, too. The quality of boldness is not one that is celebrated anywhere this side of Donald Trump’s ego, but it is a quality which is essential to changing your life. If you don’t dare, if you don’t try, who will? Whose job is it, anyway? That would be you. And who […]

manifestation, intentionality, and evolution: the cybergypsy speaks!

June 20, 2007

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Yesterday I told you about Digital Divide and the laptop they donated to the rtr project (that would be this blog, the wiki, the classes, and all suchlike empowering activities). Today I’d like to put that in perspective and talk about what it means in the context of the universe and all of the esoteric […]

staying hyped – momo

June 14, 2007

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Yes, it’s another trip into the momo zone! This one is an interesting video about letting inspiration into your life and what to do with it once it’s there. Think about that for a second: what good is inspiration going to do you if you don’t take the actions that it inspires? Linked to this […]

Mary Pickford on failure

June 5, 2007

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The failure is not in falling down. The failure is in staying down. Mary Pickford inspirational quotes wikipage :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: :: ::

the best productivity blog on the entire internet

June 5, 2007

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Check it out for yourself. It’s hard to find a more straightforward guide to productivity; some days, this kind of smack in the face is exactly what a person needs. DoItFuckingNow.com Post your favorite productivity blogs, tips, and resources in the comments or right on the wikipage; you don’t have to be authorized, just click […]

resting heart rate: a benchmark

May 31, 2007

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Boy, there’s nothing so exciting as taking out a watch and a calculator and settling down to do some math, eh? Hoo boy, I’ll bet you’re excited! Well who wouldn’t be? But there’s a reason I’m making you do your homework (don’t look away from the monitor…I can see you, ya know! I have the […]

paint your car for $50

May 30, 2007

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Well since we’re on the subject of budget makeovers, let’s just take a gander at this and agree that the man is a genius. Considering how much time people spend in their cars, and how easy it is to let them get run-down when you haven’t the cash to get them seen to professionally, these […]