As I write this post, it took me almost two hours to get around to writing it. I kept finding other things to do that needed to be done but not necessarily right when I needed to do them. I’ve created systems to combat my tendency to procrastinate. Still I put it off. At . . . → Read More: PROCRASTINATION . . . What is it good for? Absolutely nothing!
I am reposting a blog I posted several months ago. A lot of new subscribers and regular readers have connected with this site since this post was first published.
I selected “Keeping Momentum” because it was one of the more popular blogs. I love the photo I used.
I think about keeping my momentum . . . → Read More: Repost Monday: Keeping Momentum
Most of us know that we need to make changes in our lives. Change can enrich our lives or the lives of others. Change can also help you become a better and more effective person. The change may be relatively minor or it could be a major life change. Either way it is going . . . → Read More: Welcome pain as you make a change
Sir Isaac Newton’s first law generally tells us that a moving object continues to move in the same direction with little additional effort. If the object is stopped, it tends to remain stopped. I am reminded of this when I go kayaking. Getting started takes a lot of energy but as long as I . . . → Read More: Keeping Momentum