Monthly Archive for: ‘July, 2014’

Escaping the Mundane at Work

Did you know that 99% of people are already doing what they think is best for themselves and their career? Think about that for a second. There are 1% crazy, self-sabotaging people out there intentionally messing up their life and career. However, everyone else, and I am guessing you since you are reading this, are already doing what you think …

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What’s Your Escape?

After a long harsh day of facing reality, what do you do to escape? Maybe you stop by the gas station on the way home for a six pack of Heineken. Maybe you shop. Maybe you smoke a little pot on the back porch just to get the edge off. Maybe you eat, and eat, and eat. Maybe you zone …

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Escape from Escape’s Illusion

Next to the driveway of my childhood friend’s house lived one of the kindest gray haired ladies in our small Michigan town. On a delightful summer morning her large picture window overlooking that gravel depository became a source of inspiration. I blurted my 10-year old cognitive flash to my friend, “Look how close I can pitch this stone to Miss Epler’s window!” And …

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