Tag Archives: slow down

Erosion

A friend and colleague just sent me this piece and although it was written 25 years ago, (sorry, I don’t have the source), it rings true today. I erode my Inner Woman (Man) when: ~only accomplishments gratify me ~symbols of … Continue reading

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Tic-Toc

At a celebration recently, a friend and I were lamenting about how often we have chosen not to attend a celebration or be part of a milestone because we were too busy or felt we had better things to do … Continue reading

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Three Ways to Stay True to Yourself

A recent article listed the top 5 regrets of people who were in the last stages of a terminal illness.  These regrets had nothing to do with unfulfilled bucket lists but rather reflected regret that the truly important things in … Continue reading

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No Regrets

Karl Pillemer has conducted a series of interviews with folks who are ‘chronologically gifted’ asking them to share some of the lessons they have learned along the way.  As in any group of those who are writing the last chapters … Continue reading

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Savoring

Well, they have come and gone again – in a flash.  Christmas moments. What are Christmas moments?  They are those glimpses of wonder, joy, peace and love.  They are those glimmers of insight and truth.  They are those greetings that … Continue reading

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Marathon plus a sprint?

Michael Harris in his Harvard Business Review Blog asks, “would you ask someone who had just finished a marathon to sprint?” The answer seems like a no-brainer .  Of course not!  Someone who has just finished a marathon is exhausted … Continue reading

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Time4Yourself and Perspective

I love it when there is nothing hanging fire – no deadline to meet, no task that has to be completed at that moment, and no messages to be returned.  For some reason I relax best when there is nothing … Continue reading

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