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December 20, 2010

lesson 34: Take a break, I am

After the hectic shopping & social occasions, it’s time to reflect on the year gone by and what’s ahead. One of Branson’s hobbies is creating his future and I always spend at least half a day this time of year with pencils, textas, paper & calculator, just imagining possibilities and noticing what ideas give my body that tingling feeling. When you work […]
December 3, 2010

lesson 33: Ho Ho Ho How far will you go?

With Christmas around the corner, how much are you planning on spending? And will you stick to your plan? It sounds like common sense but most of us don’t take the time to quickly jot down how much we’re spending on who. Add to this travel and food costs and we all know Christmas can be expensive. The first step is […]
November 20, 2010

lesson 32: The whipper becomes the whippee

I’m a week and a half late in writing this! That’s what happens when you move house, office and then realise you need to rip the carpet up because the lingering pet and smoking smells remain. So should I discipline myself? While we like to self talk ourselves into negativity (some say it’s human nature),  I believe my saving grace has been that I’ve […]
October 27, 2010

lesson 31: a stitch in time

With the fast pace of today’s world and goods being provided so cheaply, we often replace items with new ones, throwing the old ones into landfill. Sometimes the items aren’t even broken. For those who don’t remember the saying, placing one stitch now to repair your clothing saves you the time of doing 9 stitches in future. Bringing this into today’s […]