I’ve been reading my journal from this past year and you know what? I never do what I say I’m going to do, or what I really want to do. Now, I realize I’m saying this hot on the heels of yesterday’s “Hurray for Me I Did a Year of Holosync Without a Miss!” braggadocio … Continue reading Boldness in the New Year?
Yesterday was my 1-year anniversary with Holosync. 365 consecutive days without a miss. Have I ever been this consistent with anything? I don’t think so. As a kid I would give up things for Lent, but how long is Lent? 6 weeks? But with Lent you “give up” stuff. With Holosync I added something; I … Continue reading One Year of Holosync
**As most of my friends know, I have been reading (obsessively) books about “The New Business” paradigm for well over a year now. Seth Godin, Gary Vaynerchuk, Alan Webber, Chris Brogan, among the luminaries. I am telling you this, right now, at the start of this post, only because it might help explain (a little) … Continue reading Rules for Retailers
Sleep is my beauty secret. So now you know. With enough sleep I sparkle. My mind is sharp and I say witty things, (bon mots, if you must know.) Without enough sleep I almost back the car out of the garage before opening the garage door. Without enough sleep, there isn’t enough concealer in the … Continue reading Not Chuck
When I sit down and write these blog posts I like to be in a state of calm equanimity—or for you yoga people out there—I like to write when I’m “sattvic.” But tonight I am writing in the “jazzed” rajasic state because I just got home from my “Donate Food for the Local Food Pantry … Continue reading A Mitzvah
Got up early and did Ashtanga with Christine. Drove to Ithaca and wrote with Zee &Co, then had a great lunch (Chinese), got coffee at Starbucks, stopped at Greenstar and made it home just in time to set up for Goldilocks Yoga. Ate pizza and drank beer for dinner. Lit the Menorah. Now, the house … Continue reading The Post with the Picture of the Menorah
(forgive me if you’ve already heard this.) For a lesson in time management, a professor places a 3-foot Plexiglas cylinder on the desk and explains that the space inside the cylinder represents the time available to us on any given day. He proceeds to fill it with large rocks. When it’s filled, he asks the … Continue reading Setting Priorities