Monthly Archives: March 2015

An unexpected goal

The experience of an unexpected goal came to me on Saturday. Since I do a lot of walking I decided I would walk to an appointment that I had Saturday morning.  I had 1 hour and 45 minutes to walk 6 miles – could be tight but definitely doable.  If I didn’t make it my… Read more

Relax and be more productive

It does seem counter-intuitive to think that if we take time to relax we can achieve more.  After all, time is what we have so little of why would we “waste it” doing nothing? But research and a plethora of articles support the belief that relaxation improves our productivity. I once worked with a manager that was a great… Read more

Making Decisions

This past week decision making has been on my radar.  I have been struck with those who make solid decisions that lead to success  and those who  continue to make the same poor decisions.  What separates them ~ is it knowledge, experience, drive or luck?  For the most part those who make poor decisions on a… Read more

A Good Habit ~ so hard to develop so easy to break

Fourth Quarter of 2014 I made a commitment that I would write a weekly a blog. I wanted to build the habit and learn from the experience.  I began and was diligent with my writing.  But then the first of year came along and distractions of the winter put writing on the back burner. Bang –… Read more