Category Archives: Little Disruptions

Large thoughts in small packages.

One at a time

In a world that moves in fast forward, multi-tasking is required if you want to get anything done.  Or is it?  Do you find yourself so scattered that you can’t keep your schedule straight?  Things overlap so much that it gets … Continue reading

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Look forward to your first critic

It’s much easier to gain a following than to start a movement.  People will pay attention to you as long as you are new or shiny.  Anything that tickles the eyes and ears can gain a following.  If you have … Continue reading

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Do the things you fear

“Do the thing we fear, and the death of fear is certain.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson What big thing are you putting off right now because you don’t know if you can do it? The trick is to start.  Most … Continue reading

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Listen Up!

“I like to listen.  I have learned a great deal from listening carefully.  Most people never listen.” – Ernest Hemingway In conversation are you really listening or just waiting to talk?  When is the last time that someone really listened … Continue reading

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What woke you up this morning?

(This post starts the series Quick Disruptions.  I’ll post a short thought each Saturday on becoming a day-maker, including my definition of a day-maker.) What got you out of bed today?  Was it an alarm clock? Was it anticipation?  Was … Continue reading

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