Category Archive for: ‘Living Life Well’

  • Creating Moments

    Saturday was the last night of the Gainesville Summer Community Theatre’s play, “Hello Dolly.”
    We had been rehearsing for over two months and had already completed three presentations.  Many new friendships had been born.  That night would be the last time the cast worked together or …

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  • Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone “The Finale!”

    (Thanks for reading my blog!  If you haven’t read the first two episodes click here: Comfort Zone 1  Comfort Zone 2 )
    I know she was only being kind but at that moment she became my new best friend in the world!!!
    From there, we went down …

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  • Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone 2

    We all walked onto the wooden part of the floor.  I made a beeline to the back.  No way am I going to look like an idiot in front of all these people.
    There were two other gentlemen who went to the back with me.  One …

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  • Get Our Of Your Comfort Zone 1

    Back in January, I was driving down one of the major roads in our town.  As I was passing the Civic Center, I noticed a sign out front:
    PLAY AUDITIONS TONIGHT!
    7-9 p.m.
    For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to see what it would be …

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  • What Fills You Up?

    I’m reading a book that my friend, Duanna Pang-Dokland wrote called “Inspired and Prosperous.”  It’s about what some of the best business and life coaches in the world do.
    One of the coaches has been an industry giant for over 30 years.  He was talking about …

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  • Tending the “Garden”

     
    One of the most impactful books I’ve ever read was a book written by James Allen in 1903 called “As A Man Thinketh.”  The copy I have is 4½” x 6” and is only 72 pages long.  I can tell you that it is such …

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  • Focus Tip #1

    So you think that “Multitasking” is a good thing.
    I’m reading a book right now called “Crazy Busy” by a man named Edward M. Hallowell, M.D.  A very interesting read!
    One of the chapters is called, “The Myth and Reality of Multitasking.”  In the chapter, he says …

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  • Do You “Choose” to be Blessed?

    On a recent afternoon, I was at the gym working out.  Between sets, I was sitting on a bench resting, and I saw one of the head guys that works there close by.
    As he was walking, he was stopping, taking weights off of machines, and …

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