My extended quirky to do list part 3 – what to continue doing

Continuing the spirit of New Year’s reflection, my last 2 posts described an extended, quirky to-do list tool that I use in my corporate training (click here to download a copy for you to use).  It has 5 parts: – to do, to continue doing,  to stop doing, to not do, to done (the last […]

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Destination passion

On this first day of 2010 I’m thinking about destinations. Specifically where we’re headed with hard work.  Where our passion’s home port is.  Where the fuel that fires us up leads us towards. With a bit of luck, a lot of hard work  we get to find our passion, our element as Sir Ken Robinson […]

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What grows in the in-between time?

A good friend just moved to Scotland.  My monthly dancing ‘date’ in fact. As I thought about her during the weekend of her trans-Atlantic move and pondered heading out to the dance floor on my own, I wondered about in-between time. During a big move there’s a time when one has no electronic connections.  Land […]

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A wild time in pictures

I recently wrote a post about wild time. Wild time and the wilderness have much in common, they’re both “everlasting, undefined, unenclosed, unnamed, a mystery”. Here’s what everyday can feel like. Here’s what wild time can feel like. I drew this in my journal on my recent trip to Africa. Which do you choose?

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Wild time

In recent posts I’ve been writing about time and some mighty interesting Utne Reader articles on time.  Whether we’re more important than our appointment book, how to expand time, living on Tokyo time and the politics of spontaneity. Now it’s time for some wild time. Jay Griffiths in this excellent article of the same name […]

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