When I was teaching art and music in the early childhood classroom, there was a phrase that was used frequently by the classroom teachers... "kiss-your-brain". Lately, I have found a thinker-toy that allows me to organize, focus and challenge my mind... ...Sudoku. Almost every night, I see how many of these puzzles I can conquer. Even though… Continue reading Kiss My Brain
I recently had the pleasure to attend a seminar of Jim Roman who spoke about business balance.
I know that a box and a wheel are not the same thing - they have different functions entirely. But, the the two expressions, "thinking outside of the box" and "reinventing the wheel" in an ironic way, are uniquely related.
I recently came across this thought: "Are you the all-or-nothing type? Choose progress, not perfection. Don't get bogged down with little details, but repeat to yourself that 'almost perfect' is good enough for progress!" Well, I am a cross my t's and dot my i's kinda girl! "Almost" isn't a word I like too much... I… Continue reading The Balance of Progress