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Church at Home

Beginning the hour-long bike ride home last night.

Church at Home.

Religion is often full of habits and rituals.

There’s a reason for this.

The reason is that it maintains a standard, makes expectations and consequences clear, and allows for observable improvements to happen over time.

How we organize our home life – the structure and processes – for handling the administrative side of being a functioning member of society.

We can learn much from long-term sustainable structure and process.

We can also learn much from not being present, mindful, and motivated to change as times and conditions warrant.

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How does your desk look right now?

Screen shot of Judi Glickman’s LindedIn Learning yesterday.

How does your desk look right now?

Mine?

Yes?

Couple of piles.

Couple more piles on the floor too.

Not proud of this.

Piles drag me down. Piles drag everyone down.

Find a million ways to stay motivated to eliminate your piles.

If your goal isn’t impossible, you’re to reaching high enough.

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Can you see it?

There is much to learn from Disney. If Disney Ran Your Life is a concept that has transformed mine.

Can you see it?

What?

Can you see your future?

Can you see how the daily grind in mind, body, spirit, work, and home works like compound interest over time, yielding remarkable results from the investment of structure and processes that you control?

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Seriously serious?

Disney Goofy water skiing
Screen shot from a friend’s Facebook update.

Seriously serious?

Be serious about being organized.

Be serious about having fun.

The two are not mutually exclusive.

The catch?

You (and you alone) have to figure out what works best, and you must be prepared to learn and adapt as you go.

The bonus?

You can seek advice from other organized people, and learn the harsh realities of being unorganized from personal experience and observation of other unorganized people.

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And then there’s the paperwork of life

And then there’s the paperwork of life.

Went outside yesterday (a Saturday) to get some fresh air from a long work day. Yes, the weekends aren’t immune from work, even when you’re the boss and “control” how and when work gets done.

Our landscape maintenance crew’s mower broke down Tuesday at our house and they promised to return Friday. They didn’t make it Friday, nor yesterday. i walk outside and spent two hours pulling weeds.

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