Monthly Archives: November 2010

24 NovSocial — The next big thing is little.

Facebook and the major social networks are too general and crowded. It’s time for the uprising of the niche social web. Expect pockets of sites for various niche communities that will be separate, but tied together by your participation in them– your identity, which is distributed. This will allow us to break out of a […]

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21 NovWhat if we dropped 2% of our perfectionism?

What would happen if we dropped 2% of our perfectionism? What it we focused more clearly on the outcome we seek instead of all the details of one small part? If we were to spend less time engaged with what doesn’t move us forward and we kept our purpose in mind, how much more could […]

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21 NovWhere the sand and the waves meet the toes on our feet

Our hearts intertwine where the elements meet. A crest of sand on a long deserted beach. My heart and yours, the things we’ve seen. The learning, the growth, the places we’ve been. Now they all come to meet, where sand and the waves meet the toes on our feet.

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20 NovOn blogging, branding and focus

I get some variation of the following question pretty frequently, so I thought perhaps some would benefit from a short post about it. The question goes something like this: “I started a blog and did xyz to it. I’d love your opinion on it when you have time.” Usually when I drill down and ask […]

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15 NovMan is exactly like an onion…

Man is exactly like an onion and the art consists of how to peel the onion and come to its innermost core. From Intuition by Osho

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