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The most important post I’ve written in 2013?

Mickey Mouse in Graduation Cap and Gown
purposely out of focus and no faces

 

The most important post I’ve written in 2013?

This is the one post that says it all in less than 10 seconds.

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He's Just Nutty

Three reasons we can get away with being disorganized at home

Best wishes everyone
Best wishes everyone

 

There reasons we can get away with being disorganized at home:

  1. at best, only one or two people care (not enough pressure to change)
  2. our paycheck stays the same (no financial incentive)
  3. because we’ve become blind to it and not shocked by it (what we accept by default becomes the standard)

We can battle this.

We can win.

But what’s the point?

And that’s the point?

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Carving Out A Life Day To Day

Sacrifices & Rewards

Be Creative With Life's Challenges
Be Creative With Life's Challenges

These two generally go hand in hand.

If you can sacrifice some things in order to create and maintain an organized, fairly systematic way to run your life, what do you think the payoff might be?

We all have to figure this out.

And as soon as we do, or maybe even sooner, something else will come along to knock us and our system down.

Fall down seven times, get up eight.

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Carving Out A Life When Your Life Changes

Lean Into It?

Lean, Baby, Lean
Lean, Baby, Lean

Do you lean into it? Life, do you lean into it?

Or, does it lean into you?

Taking risks is, of course, risky.

So is playing it safe.

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Nearly A Year Now

Reward Excellent Failures

Reinvent The Gate
Reinvent The Gate

“Reward excellent failures. Punish mediocre success.” — Phil Daniels, Sydney Executive

This quote inspires the heck out of me.  Seriously.

If ever there was a pervasive vision for risk-taking, this would be the battle cry.