Monthly Archives: January 2010

30 Jan

Name Your Price

We each have our price. The question is, what’s yours?
28 Jan

Use Your Words

Words hold power. They’re symbols of much more complicated thoughts, symbols we’ve come to collectively agree mean certain things.Words hold power. They’re symbols of much more complicated thoughts, symbols we’ve come to collectively agree mean certain things. But a word is never just a word. It has nuance and subtext that our unconscious minds hear and understand even [...]
07 Jan

Three Words for 2010

So I’m a little late on this one, but here they are: Focus. Definitions 1 and 7. Balance. Definitions 2, 7, 23 and 24. Faith. Definitions 1, 4, and 7.   Tweet
04 Jan

Contribute or Complicate?

Chris Brogan wrote a great post on using questions to stay on target. Here’s one I use all the time: Will this (whatever it is) contribute to, or complicate, my goals? Yes, that’s very close to Dr. Phil’s “contribute or contaminate” dichotomy, but I don’t like the implied judgment of that. It’s already too easy for [...]