Face the Fire

Recyclable silverware
Reduce, reuse, recycle. 

Dan Fogelberg’s 1979 song Face the Fire is a plea for big business to cool their insatiable profit-driven habits.

Begs the time-tested question, “At what cost, progress?”

Short-term gains become habits and status quo. Long term consequences are ignored.

This reminds me of the short-sightedness of procrastination, avoidance, and under-focus on being decently organized. 

It’s the same train, just a different wreck waiting to happen.

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Shun the last minute

Glacier National Park
GNP.

If it weren’t for the last minute, nothing would get done.

unknown

i was not overworked, i was under-organized. Fixing this fixed everything. i even organized my priorities.

dad

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It’s the 2nd, invisible, procrastination that’s deadly (video)

 

It’s the 2nd, invisible, procrastination that’s deadly (video).

If you don’t watch this, you are denying yourself a conscious clue into what causes a life-crisis.

PS. i know you probably don’t have time. That’s the point. Happy present moment. Deep breath. Good luck today.

 

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You’re never gonna feel like it (TED video)

 

So yeah, three consecutive days with 15+ minute videos.

Who’s got time?

(pssst, i watched them before i thought they were share-worthy)

If ya ain’t motivated, i get it.

And i can’t worry about the opportunities you take or don’t take.

i find solace in being a teacher.

And also find peace knowing this…

When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.

And finally, i accept that the student may never be ready.

 

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