Limits in Creativity make for Uniqueness

Dustin over at Lifehack has had two interesting posts about Limits and Creativity. They have been so interesting that I have had to comment on them. Please read them first if you can by clicking the link above. I’ll do my best to give a general synopsis though. Maybe I can best explain Dustin’s idea […]

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Saturday becomes Sunday becomes Monday…

This is my Saturday Rap where I give site updates and the best links of the week… except today its’ on Monday. 😉 First, the site update… Two things… First, I have upgraded my theme. It might not seem like much, but it’s a lot of behind the scenes stuff for me. And it reminds […]

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Living Sustainably on the Earth

This is my Saturday Rap where I give you site updates and the best links of the week. First, the update… Still not a whole lot to update. I have been trying to decide n two things. A posting schedule and the subjects I want to talk about. As much as I love economics I […]

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A Depression is Merely Anger Without Enthusiasm

I’ll make this Friday post short and sweet. We are most likely headed for a Depression or a lost decade like Japan had. At least you will hear these references more and more in the coming months and probably years ahead. Our bubble is being deflated, both economically and mentally. So much is wrapped up […]

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The curse of being good at something you don’t enjoy

There are two sides to this coin that I want to discuss and get feedback on… Do you feel you are good at a particular something that you just don’t enjoy doing? Do you feel that you are not so good at something you enjoy doing and would love to do more if the opportunity […]

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best economic slideshow ever…

Here it is folks. Our current recession and economic crisis neatly wrapped up in 9 easy to understand slides. Global Recession – Where did all the money go? It’s kind of hard to summarize 9 slides when they are short already but one equation stands out at the end. This really does make all our […]

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How To Be An Outstanding Conversationalist

*This is a guest post by Mark Foo @ TheBigDreamer.com One of Dale Carnegie’s principles in How to Win Friends and Influence People is to be genuinely interested in other people. How then, do you make the other party feel that you’re genuinely interested when in a conversation? This is especially important if you’re in […]

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Decisions, Decisions

This is my Saturday Rap where I give my site updates and also deliver the best links I have found on the web. First, the update… Not too much to update. Traffic has had some amazing swings thanks mostly to Stumble Upon. And I have even received a fair amount of traffic from Google. My […]

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Can Monotony Ever Be a Good Thing?

Raise your hand if you have ever gotten good at something and dropped it because it got boring? I know not everyone suffers from this but I know quite a few who do. I know I tend to get “just good enough” at certain things, and then I drop them. Possibly never to pick them […]

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Cutting Your Costs

I just read an article at Kiplinger that I would like to comment on and share with you. The title is called “What Businesses Are Doing to Cut Costs.” Kiplinger is simply reporting what businesses have told them what they are doing without commentary. While this is good journalism it makes for unexciting reading for […]

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