January 1, 2017

More Silence, More Peace

The ancients knew there were times of the year – and in our lives, that signaled a time to slow down.  These were the hours and days for quiet reflection.  Clearly, those days are over in “modern times.”  The reality of  life today is the amount of time reserved for rest has diminished dramatically. Another “casualty” of modern life is […]
January 16, 2014

10 Quotes to Inspire Your Work

It’s easy to become cynical in these times – even about our own aspirations and possibilities. It’s more important than ever to understand what we believe and how our actions are aligned with our behavior. Here are ten quotes that are food for thought – opening up the fields of possibility in how you think about your work every day.  […]
January 2, 2014

THE Diet for a New Year ~ the 7 Day Mental Cleanse

Sometimes someone else captures the essence of what is on your mind –  this time it’s from Dr. Ken Druck’s New Year’s post “ With all due respect to the procrastination-ending promises, spirited goals, deeply-held commitments and news-making fresh starts, I’ve decided the opt out of this annual ritual and treat Jan. 1st as just another (precious, irretrievable) day. On January 1st, […]
December 30, 2010

Stepping Out of the Time Famine

“Many of life’s puzzles can be resolved by simply understanding our own time perspectives and those of others.”          Philip Zimbardo, Social Psychologist   As another year ends and we watch the clock countdown to a new year, we have another opportunity to think about the role of time in our lives.   But this isn’t a post about time management or adding […]