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nanowrimo – May I be of service?

nanowrimo – May I be of service?

It's #nanowrimo - 𝐍𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐚𝐥 𝐍𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐥 𝐖𝐫𝐢𝐭𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐌𝐨𝐧𝐭𝐡. Years back this month came to my attention as a number of people I knew "on the internet" were participating and writing 50,000 words in one month! WOW! I tried my hand at it and unlike a normal person I couldn't just...

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Everything is Fantasy Until it Becomes Reality

Everything is Fantasy Until it Becomes Reality

Everything is fantasy It is. Think about it. Everything. This doesn't just apply to people who create something from nothing. This applies to everyone. That includes you. All people do this There's no job that you can mention that doesn't do this - bricklayer,...

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You can ask a question…

You can ask a question…

Hindsight is 20/20 We say that hindsight is 20/20 in that looking back on an experience already lived you can make some pretty intelligent, informed decisions, right? You can say what you would have done because you've already seen what you did do. But this looking...

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Do you have an audience?

Do you have an audience?

Do you have an audience? Some people are saying yes; some people are saying no. But you might be surprised. So people who create content—podcasts, music, painting, books—and people who gather people like musicians and speakers all have audiences, right? Well, they...

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What color is this?

What color is this?

So what color do you see in the main graphic for this podcast today? If you lived a very long time ago, you probably didn't say "blue." Why? Because blue is not mentioned in ancient texts. Does that mean their eyes couldn't see it? Well, that was what scientists and...

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The Power of But.

The Power of But.

(Pause for eye rolls) This title makes even me roll my eyes but it is accurate. Whoa, I already demonstrated it. There are so many books and talks and podcasts about the power of this or that, and we begrudgingly trudge through it and see if there are any takeaways....

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Do you keep secrets…from yourself?

Do you keep secrets…from yourself?

Keeping secrets from yourself What? How can you do that? it sounds crazy. Well, it is a very real and serious condition when someone does indeed wall off a part of their brain and lives in denial of actions. There are dire consequences for the person and people around...

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Upside Down

Upside Down

What would you do if all your tech was taken away?  If your loved ones were gone before you knew it?  What skills do you have to survive—without a government, a military, or electricity.  Are you ready for that?  And what would you do if the saviors of the human race...

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Barby Ingle – Rare diseases, chronic pain

Barby Ingle – Rare diseases, chronic pain

Chronic pain & Rare Diseases There are millions who suffer—for one reason or another—from chronic pain. It's a pain that doesn't go away and even for many who have sought help there's no relief. For others they just don't invest the Time, Energy or Resources...

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The Little Things

The Little Things

Your calendar I've found that the best 'to do list' isn't a list but items on a calendar. That way not only do you have a list, but you can assign a time and length too. And if you don't get a chance to do it in the alloted time you can adjust the length accordingly...

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The Super Secret of Being a Creative

The Super Secret of Being a Creative

Creativity is/has a super power OMG I'm not going to say that. I've already spoken my peace on the whole [INSERT THING] is a superpower. News Flash: it isn't. But being a 'creative' allows you to have something that 'non-creatives' do not have, and its liberating,...

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Ownership

Ownership

What is ownership? We understand ownership in the traditional and physical sense. But there is another type of ownership, and our brain assigns it often when we aren't looking. Thoughtful Consideration There are too many things / blogs / Articles out there that are...

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Stay in your lane (again)!

Stay in your lane (again)!

Stay in your lane We already covered staying in your lane in the podcast of the same name. The truth is that I was so focused on this version that I may have forgotten about that one. See, they are equally as interesting and useful. The first stay in your lane focused...

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Hey Mark is coming over today!

Hey Mark is coming over today!

Self Love or crazy? You're all familiar with staycations, and self love and doing things for yourself. We all get that, but those words are probably hollow and really don't motivate a lot of us to do nice things for ourselves. Your friend is important If youir friend...

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Are you addicted to (talking about) success?

Are you addicted to (talking about) success?

It's addicting Its fulfilling and validating to talk about success. One might say, almost addicting, yes? Invisible We talk about invisible things all the time. This is the thing that is above and below business. it's the great filter of being successful. it plagues...

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Character is what you are when you’re bored.

Character is what you are when you’re bored.

Character is what you are in the dark. - Dwight L. Moody and Lord Whorfin (Dr. Emilio Lizardo) I agree with the above quote, but also think there is another version of this: Character is what you are when you're bored. - Mark Bradford Hard to be in the dark When are...

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Father’s Day: Mark Williams

Father’s Day: Mark Williams

Happy Father's Day to all dads and those who fulfill the role of a dad!! Today welcome Mark Williams back to the podcast. if you remember, he is the cofounder of International Men's mental health day, and speaks on men's mental health topics and all things fatherhood....

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Father’s Day: Jesse Lee Peterson

Father’s Day: Jesse Lee Peterson

Today's chat is with Jesse Lee Peterson. You may have seen his youtube channel in which he chats with guests, or heard his radio show. We talk about his Time, Energy and Resources™ and get into some detailed discussions on men and women. Jesse is a talk show host,...

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Father’s Day: Denise McAllister

Father’s Day: Denise McAllister

Denise McAllister is an author, political and cultural commentator and journalist. She doesn't shrink from controversy and we have a wonderfully intense conversation. Her new book, What men want to say to women (but can't) is the focus of our lively discussion. Join...

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Father’s Day: Michael Rampolla

Father’s Day: Michael Rampolla

Michael is a father, a husband and works as a coach in the business sector. We talk fatherhood under the umbrella of Time, Energy and Resources™. Who he is and what he does is essentially the same thing, in his own words. We start our father's day week with a...

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Path of least resistance and communication

Path of least resistance and communication

I've talked about The Five Love Languages a number of times. That concept talks about how we express and accept love in one of five ways (its usually a mixture). It's a good read. But what about communication? I'm not saying (yet) that there are five communication...

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Bubbles

Bubbles

Everyone likes bubbles right? Everyone is actually in a bubble. People may say that "you’re in your own world" or you "have tunnel vision" or you "have blinders on." All that stuff is kind of related to being in your own bubble—which we all are. Something interesting...

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Epicness is undervalued

Epicness is undervalued

Did you know the better you are at something the more likely someone is to undervalue it? Counterintuitive? Right? Your response is that if someone is clearly better and an "expert" then they would obviously charge more money and be greatly valued. You're right. But...

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