Posts Tagged ‘time management’

Practice, Perfection, Precision

Posted: 10th May 2010 by Glenda (and Jack) in failure, motivation
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   To be good at something takes intention. Things don’t magically happen. Activities that look like they are done without effort, that just happen, that seem like they are no work, are a sure sign that a multiplicity of hours played out in the background over and over and over to get it right. All […]

Looking for Misplaced Time

Posted: 24th October 2006 by Glenda (and Jack) in organization, stress
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  “The sooner I fall behind the more time I have to catch up.”http://www.signals.com/ catalog with this idealistic statement on it. The problem is, this past six weeks I’ve lived my life as if this statement were true. What luxury if that statement were really true. Last winter I bought a sweatshirt from Because of […]