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Antimimeticisomorphism – Sand Fantasy Art

If you’ve never seen this amazing artist… Be amazed by what can be done with sand and a light table!

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5 Minutes that will make your day

We all know the expression “Life’s too short to be too serious”… Today’s video clip gives you an excuse to watch a dog having the time of his/her life, giving us the thrill to see what a master “showdog” can do – truly amazing!

If you’re wondering what this has to do with Personal Mastery, think about it… If you can’t take 5 minutes to enjoy a video like this, what’s the point of whatever you’re doing. No one on their deathbed was ever heard saying “I wish I would have spent more time working…”

The common reflection is “I wish I would have taken the time to enjoy my “moments” more… To fully live them “in the moment”.

Take 5 minutes and live the joy and exuberance of one dog doing what he/she loves to do… Catch those frisbees!

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Inspirational Quote: Montreal gets into the swing of it!

Bus stop swing Montreal

A bus stop in Montreal

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Antimimeticisomorphism: Rainwater Cup Mosaic

To raise awareness among the general public about the global clean water crisis, the artist Belo created an image composed of 66,000 cups of colored rainwater simulating levels of impurities found in water all over the planet. This major work of 3,600 square feet, representing a fetus in the maternal womb, emphasizes the necessity of water, even before birth, for each living person. The goals of 66,000 were many: taking up the artistic and material challenges inherent to this monumental production, and informing the public of the dramatic consequences of a lack of drinkable water.

Thank you to Andrew Powell for forwarding this on to me.

 

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New Graduates – 3 words

What 3 words would you say to a new graduate entering the workforce today?3 words

I like these challenges because brevity forces clarity of thought (and intent).

Provide your contribution as a comment below.

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Are you achieving your New Year’s Resolutions?

The photo below, from Twitter reminded me that we’re just a few weeks into the new year and most people have already forgotten their New Year’s Resolutions

There are only a FEW people who wake up every morning with this level of enthusiasm and optimism.

Twitter - Happy To Sleep 5 more minutes

Click on the image or one of the hyperlinks and I’ll help you make 2015 – Your Best Year Ever.

 

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Creating A New Habit

As a reader or subscriber to this blog, you know I am an avid proponent of New Year’s Resolutions. One of the challenges you will face is creating NEW HABITS to support your NEW RESOLUTIONS.

This presentation, by Matt Cutts is an outstanding example of how one simple idea/concept can make ALL the difference between success (creating a new habit) and failure (getting stuck with the old habit).

If you manage to do this – please commit to sharing your success below…

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Beliefs Versus Behaviours

Vegan Eating Hot DogIt”s that time of year, when the calendar ticks down to the end and the new year peeks its nose around the corner, enticing you to “change and improve” in the “new year”… Many make New Year’s Resolutions… But only a few write them down, remind themselves of their commitment on an on-going basis and actually follow through.

Why is that?

I have blogged about this in hundreds of blog posts, dealing with procrastination, inertia, momentum, motivation, etc. When all is said and done – you need a compelling reason, a driving force to make you want to change. Without THAT, it’s all INTENT and no follow-through.Bill Murray Tweet

The system I use to achieve my goals is called “My Best Year Ever Program“. Click on the hyperlink and see if you can make 2015 your best ever…

 

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Inspirational Quote: Purrrfect Priorities

Priorities: His are absolutely perfect!

Priorities: His are absolutely perfect!

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Inspirational Quote: What Albert Einstein thinks of your clean & empty desk!

cluttered desk, cluttered mind, empty desk, empty mind, Einstein, Albert Einstein

If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk a sign?

If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk a sign?

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