Tag Archives: balance

To Compromise Or Not?

Look up the word “compromise” and you will get definitions including descriptions like settlement, concession, or less than desirable.   Let’s face it. Compromise by definition is lose-lose.  Each side loses something from what is desired. Sure, we don’t always get … Continue reading

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Emotional Potential

  Emotion like an untamed animal roams through our lives, if unchecked. It can tear our facade, ignite our feeling, and hasten our action. In its purest form, emotion is electric charge travel through our nerves. Like an electric storm,  … Continue reading

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Working With Digital World

  Digital world, not to be confused with virtual reality, is in our everyday life.   We interact with it through calling, navigating, reading, writing, etc.  And the list goes on.  The digital world is definitely real.  In fact, for many … Continue reading

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Learning Should Be Fun

Key words are “should be.” When was the last time that you remember learning was fun? While not everyone agrees, I contend that fun should be the adjective part of our learning process.  We learn better while having fun.  At least don’t … Continue reading

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One Day At A Time

As the clock ticking closer to 31 December, I see more reviews on the year 2017.  No doubt, it has been an eventful year and nice to have a bow-tie neatly wrapped around this past twelve months.  Feels like a … Continue reading

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What I Don’t Know

The more I learn, the more I realize how much I don’t know. ― Albert Einstein I am no Einstein, but as I journey through life I can definitely relate to what he meant about “how much I don’t know.”  A … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 17 Dec 2017

Technology is great if you master it.  Otherwise, its impact could be cumbersome.  Email, social media, and the sorts are cases in point. Similarly, politics operates at a different level in that its mastery is never-ending (because people are more … Continue reading

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My Gut Feeling

It is a funny topic, I know.  Especially when I don’t have much of a gut after the marathon three weeks ago.  The point is, I trust my gut one hundred percent, however small it may be. It wasn’t always … Continue reading

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On Life’s Minimum

Society promotes maximum.  Be all you can be.  Go big or go home. . . They say.  I am here for the opposite, the minimum. Minimum, not to be confused with minimalism, is the least indication from one’s effort.  It … Continue reading

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Me Time, Part 2

My blog is an on-going conversation with the self.  Any time of my choosing on a given day, I share this conversation in my blog post.  This is one of those conversations. On occasions, the conversation seems superficial.  Perfunctory maybe.  … Continue reading

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