What My World Sounds Like: “Hold The Light”

October 23, 2009 | filed under listen, pay attention, what my world sounds like | Leave a Comment 

TRTT-Sommer_CD_cover

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Great words…

October 21, 2009 | filed under consider this, rewritable words | Leave a Comment 

“People are starting to see you only get so much satisfaction acquiring things and status.
Helping others makes people feel good.”

– Robin Baker Leacock



Great words…

October 15, 2009 | filed under consider this, inspiring, rewritable words | Leave a Comment 

“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms–
to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.”

– Victor Frankl



“Life is like a cup of coffee.”

October 14, 2009 | filed under inspiring, moment of truth | 2 Comments 

But remember to savor the coffee; it’s more important than the cup. Find the good.



What My World Sounds Like: “Come Alive (War of Roses)”

October 13, 2009 | filed under listen, watch this, what my world sounds like | 1 Comment 

Janelle_Monae

Why do I love Janelle Monae? Because she’s friggin brilliant! Her music is phenomenal and this latest offering, as part of the Kia Soul Collective, is no exception.

[audio:http://www.whatmyworldslike.com/audio/comealive.mp3]
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Recipe for long-term joy

October 12, 2009 | filed under inspiring, monday motivation | Leave a Comment 

worry less smile more

Source: Don’t (White) Sugar Coat It



Great words…

October 11, 2009 | filed under inspiring, moment of truth, rewritable words | Leave a Comment 

“Life moves on, whether we act as cowards or heroes.
Life has no other discipline to impose, if we would but realize it,
than to accept life unquestioningly.
Everything we shut our eyes to,
everything we run away from,
everything we deny, denigrate or despise,
serves to defeat us in the end.
What seems nasty, painful, evil,
can become a source of beauty, joy, and strength
if faced with an open mind.
Every moment is a golden one
for him who has the vision to recognize it as such.”

– Henry Miller



Improving the lives of the little ones

October 9, 2009 | filed under great ideas, health, read this, rewritable words, website | 1 Comment 

Children's Health Magazine

Ahhh…the simple things in life. Two weeks ago, I walked into a grocery store greeted by the unexpected: Children’s Health Magazine. My bright eyes widened as my lips parted into a blinding smile. “YES!”

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Authenticity

October 6, 2009 | filed under challenge, pay attention | 4 Comments 

100% the real deal

More than anything, I believe that people are looking for authenticity–in themselves, in their lives, in others, individually and collectively. This authenticity should manifest itself in the form of relationships consistently built on and representative of trust, honesty, and acceptance; careers that are extensions of our talents, abilities, and interests; personal lives that echo the visions we have for them. We want to be ourselves, surround ourselves with people who accept us as we are, remain true to our ourselves and maintain our integrity in our careers. In other words, be who we are and do what we want to do. It’s a rather simple idea.

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Monday motivation: know when to slow down, stop, or keep going

October 5, 2009 | filed under consider this, monday motivation | 1 Comment 

slow down

Last week, I seriously contemplated opting out of this two-year Master’s program I just started a month ago. In theory, it’s a great program and an excellent opportunity. It’s not that it’s not; I use “in theory” because it may or may not be right for me. I’ll be passionate about it every once in a while for a moment, but the excitement always seems to dissipate leaving me wondering if I really want to go down this path.

I was pretty close to pressing the brakes last week. Some understood how I felt and some encouraged me to give it more thought. Down to the wire at a possibly pivotal moment, I decided to make the decision pressure-free and trudge along for now. That meant a weekend of relatively no sleep as I prepared to complete this assignment I grossly over-exaggerated. Hours before my deadline, I realized my error, both in horror and relief. Horror because relaxation, sleep, and the comfort of completion could’ve been my friends much sooner and relief because I think I would’ve missed the deadline. What I built into a high hurdle would’ve only really required a little jump. If I would’ve quit and realized this after the fact, regret would’ve probably accompanied that decision.

Lessons learned:
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