Blinds, bricks, shrubs, cord, shutters, glass, oven, countertop, tea kettle, pots, pans, white, black, gray, brown, tan, yellow, blue of different shades, toaster oven, bottles, plastic, oven mitt, cabinet, wall, ceiling, pen, expo marker, whiteboard, light switch, blender, espresso machine, coffee beans, rice cooker, dishwasher, rug, tiles, dried paint, drywall, cat, cloth, dyes, paintings, oils, … Continue reading Spellcaster
Get back up and dust yourself off. How many clichés can you think of that run along these lines? There's a lengthy list of them and they all really point to the same big idea. You've got to learn how to fall down and how to get back up again. It seems like it's a … Continue reading How does the saying go?
Not every plan is going to go as slated. Most often the plans we set forth to carry out with a determined sense of rigidity are bound to fail. In knowing this we can make our plans flexible. This doesn't mean that they are created by the seat of our pants as we go but … Continue reading Moving Right Along
Previously touched on here in the blog was the notion that nearly seventy five percent of all communication is misunderstood on the receiving end. Within the last few months in my own experience I have taken mental note of just how many times this occurs throughout a typical day for me. It happens through text … Continue reading Do I Copy?
Every day we encounter situations that beckon our imagination. We go through life thinking that we deeply and accurately understand the concepts and things we are presented with. Much of what we believe to be accurate and true is based purely on imaginative concept. A lot of this may be difficult to come to see … Continue reading Living In a Conceptual World
This afternoon I came across an interesting idea that sort of went along with the advice I have given to overcome procrastination. In the past as you may have found here on the blog I outlined a potentially useful plan of attack on procrastination. You essentially monitor your thinking and when anything related to procrastination … Continue reading Vigilance to Weakness
When you think of art what comes to mind? When I think of art it seems that my thinking drifts toward the visually appealing, beautiful pieces of work in life. I believe mother nature and humans are one in the same but when I denote a creation made by human and by mother nature, I'm … Continue reading Unseen Arts
There exists an interesting and useful edge to saying nothing at the right time. Recently I've been putting this idea to the test and the results have proven to be worthwhile in certain situations. It's such a simple thing, it can be used in so many different ways. Silence can mean a lot of things, … Continue reading Silence is Golden
If we aren't paying attention to the way we think we may find ourselves boxed into imaginary boundaries. We all have an idea in our heads of what is reasonable and even an idea of what is possible for us to achieve or do. This idea is an entry point within our way of thinking … Continue reading Imagine That
Remember those old time wells that had the hand operated spigot that stood above ground? The ones that had to be pumped a few times before they really sprung forth with anything other than spurts of air? At the age of twenty six I cant really recall anything like this that was actually put to … Continue reading Elbow Grease