Knowing When to Ask for Help.

I like to work on my cars, doing oil changes, switching tires between summer and winter, replacing brake pads, spark plugs, the occasional radiator flush, fixing the exhaust and detailing the exterior, I’ve even tackled some minor body work and painted my hood and rear bumper. Knowing how things work and doing these things myself […]

What do you do to get what you get?

QUOTE: “If we keep doing what we’re doing, we’re going to keep getting what we’re getting.” – Stephen R. Covey Ohhhh Soooo True. This reflects us in every aspect of our lives from how we treat people, how we drive, what we think, what we watch and then mimic, what we listen to and then […]

4 Reasons To Leave Your Mobile Device At Home On Purpose!

Or accomplish the same thing by turning it off for 24 hours – and leaving it off. A friend just posted a comment on her facebook wall: “Like a fish outta water today. Left me cell phone home…. uggggg”. Here was my reply: “So what type of work are you getting to do that you […]

Another great resource for conquering your fear(s)

Seth Godin once again has pointed me in the direction of a great resource.  fear.less a free digital publication launched on May 3rd. “fear.less is a free online magazine that empowers people through unique stories of overcoming fear.” Read this new publication either online or download it via PDF to digest later and then share […]

Time Spent Elsewhere

The Pocono Tweetup tribe has been keeping me very busy. I love them for that because it means they have been pushing me past my comfort zone. An unfortunate consequence is I have less time to spend here. A fortunate consequence means I have to rethink where else I’m spending time and rethink the value […]

Change – Not Because You Have To But Because You Want To

Making that decision to break up the normal routine isn’t always easy but then again change never is. At our tweetup this morning Jason mentioned something along those lines – let’s see it ah had to do with finding new opportunities as change forces us to look at our world differently. I’m certainly not the […]

Green Cleanup

In my past post entitled Clutter Cleanup I asked a question about looking for functional items you no longer use that could be donated to local businesses. This is a great way to unclutter your space and help someone save some money. But what about those electronic devices that no-one could really use and or […]

Linchpin – 2nd Copy Goes To Mike

Wow – Seth Godin doing what he teaches… I received a 2nd copy yep that’s right a 2nd copy of Linchpin Seth’s new book. In the book Seth talks about giving gifts. This book then will be my gift to a good friend Mike Beckenbach. Read Mikes’ blog at: Seth ran an experiment where […]

Clutter Cleanup

Yesterday – Sunday the 7th of February I started the process of putting some of the items that I’ve rescued from the upstairs closet on my favorite auction site. Below you will find the links to these auctions not so you can bid on them unless you are a avid vintage micro-computer collector but so […]

Another Book – Day 20 of the Clutter Challenge

Day 20 of “Getting Rid of the Clutter”. BOOK: Access 2 For Dummies 1) Do I really need this? – Nope 2) Does it help me on my life’s journey? – No 3) Why am I keeping this around, truthfully? – Got it from a friend long ago. Never really used it. I was always […]