Monthly Archives: September 2012

Don’t have rabbit ears

“Don’t have rabbit ears.”  Came to mind today, with initiating reference when pitching in high school.  Because in those days one of the goals of the opponent was to yell at the pitcher, a distraction to pitching well.  An example … Continue reading

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Integrity anyone?

There’s a flurry today—Tuesday, the morning after Monday Night Football.  Maybe you saw it.  Maybe you heard about the ruckus.  Even more, maybe you’ve declared your opinion. Who’s right? Of course it’s hard, especially if you have money or fandom … Continue reading

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Got Charisma?

These ten items make sense.  More than that—good reminders of what meaningful life can be.  Want to share it on my blog space…find it’s helpful as a self-reflective piece.  Hope you do, too.  Peace,  Mark. The ten habits of remarkably … Continue reading

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Ant on a burning stick

Thoughts this morning about when the less needs to be more.  To a point: we need more gratitude for the folk who journey with us—perhaps as much metaphorically as literally—who have graced our lives and given us greater wisdom and … Continue reading

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Words Matter

Wonder…do you remember sermons?  Or, a phrase or sentence?  [Frankly in these days I read lots and lots of novels…ever searching for THE phrase that says it best…i.e. the wind found its voice…or…down deep he’s shallow…or tears dropped from her … Continue reading

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Creating Smiles

I have a goal.  Each day can there be a surprise—a buddy labels it spontaneity at work–that brings at least one other person a smile?  Whether or not I know the person is immaterial.  Today was perhaps as special a … Continue reading

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