The Journey


Old Thinking vs ‘New’ Doors

IMG_20160229_153212Earlier this year, I was checking out a venue and this was on the bathroom door.

Without even checking the door, I went to reception to ask for the code to get in.  Guest what?  There was no code; it was already unlocked.

Things are not always as they appear.

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Don’t Be A Clone

Many times people run after the next shiny thing — copying what everyone else is doing . . .from standing in long lines overnight for the next greatest product to self-injury chasing Pokemon.  Apparently, the answer to the age-old question: ‘if Billy jumps off a 20-story building would you do it to’ is a resounding yes.

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Get Rid of the Holes . . . Void the Voids

Being a “yes” woman, repeated unhealthy relationships, workaholic tendencies . . .   These can be hardly noticeable patterns, and most times they develop because there’s something missing – a void.  However, the solution is almost never external.

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To Exit the Comfort Zone, Give Up Your Right to be Right

What You're Looking For is Not In Your Comfort ZoneNope! What you’re looking for is not in your comfort zone.

I’ve learned that new levels of progress don’t reside in your comfort zone.

It seems as though there are life events that escort you to the very entrance, the very door of new experiences.  You then have the opportunity to choose to walk on water or stay on dry land.

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A Salute to The People’s Champion

Muhammad AliI can remember my classmates coming to school imitating Muhammad Ali’s words and gestures – it brought a smile to my face.

I giggle every time I see his interviews from back in the day.

At 22 years old, he said:

I’m the greatest fighter that ever lived;

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The Prince Standard

princeA few reflections.  I had friends back in the day who absolutely LOVED Prince; they had purple everything.

They saw him in a club and mentioned how short he was – no love lost of course.

But, the funniest thing is that my 22-year daughter recently told me that she thought it was a woman singing “I Wanna Be Your Lover” . . . until she saw the video.  Bit of a generation gap 🙂

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