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Reverb11: Three Wishes

If a genie could grant you three wishes for 2012, what would they be? For the sake of this prompt, let us assume two things. First, that the laws of physics cannot be ignored. Things get way too fanciful otherwise. Second, that the “Monkey’s Paw” Effect is suspended. It may seem like a silly thing …

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The Post I Didn’t Write

Friends, this is the first blog post I have written from the spare room in my mother’s house in which I will be living for the foreseeable future. I have mentioned a few times that I would have to be moving out of the (rather¬†unpleasant) apartment in which I have been living for the last …

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Tasks vs. Goals

Before I delve into my point, let me say that I understand the importance of having goals. 90% of blogs, TEDs (whatever they are, I’m still not sure), podcasts, and other success oriented media will mention the importance of goals. “You can’t get anywhere until you know where you want to be. You need a …

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Fall In Love With Goals, Not With Systems

This morning around a quarter to one, I was struck with a sudden urge to rearrange my bookshelf. I had been meaning to do it for days, so I did it. And while doing it, the momentum carried me over into rearranging and cleaning my desk and notebooks as well. Weeks ago I had bought …

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What DON’T You Want? (A Featured Post on Brazen Careerist!)

Being goal oriented is important. Most people know that. It gives one a focus. A target. Something to both visualize from the spiritual standpoint, and something for which to plan from a more earthly standpoint. Yet goals are things which we have not yet achieved. Which means they are in the future. Which means there …

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