A pilot is setting off for a specific destination, and offers a
stranded traveler a lift, insisting that wherever her destination, it
can be no more than a few miles out of his way. Given that they
are both flying from Buenos Aires, what his destination?
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Month: Learning to Let Go (Thanks
to Charlotte and Susan for this suggestion)
Please note the format for for the E-ine will b
changing slightly beginning next month.
If I am not within, I
I was much too far out all my life
And not waving, but drowning.
to find it elsewhere.
It is not easy to find happiness in
ourselves, and it is not
Social Life of Information by John Seely Brown and
Paul Duguid. Loved the title; Loved the book; but it wasn't
an easy read. Warning: the page loads slowly due to the
- We are very pleased to know that our
material on Body
Language comes up consistently in the top three of
NorthernLight Search Engine and appears to be in the top 100 of
some other major search engines - Google for one. I am also
thinking of starting a new weekly short e-zine similar to
Cybertips, mentioned below, with the subject matter of
communications - specifically Body Language. I would
appreciate you thoughts on this.
- I get lots of other e-zines.
One that I particularly enjoy is Cybertips.
They have different topics and can be set for daily of weekly.
Check them out below and I recommend trying one out. Travel,
motivation, and career are three topics that I have enjoyed on and
off over the past year.
into both our imagination and step back and look at things from a
greater perspective, take some time to answer the following
question. You can use this activity in a group setting to open
up discussions as well.
There are 168 hours in a
week. In your ideal world, what would be the best distribution
of these hours given the following categories. You define what
they might mean, but be careful, and watch out for your assumptions:
Tip for the Month:
Here are simple or not so simple questions that once
answered and acted upon can quickly get you on the road to better
The best way to break a habit is to drop it.
Identify one habit that would make a big difference in you life if
you stopped doing it.
Imagine just one thing that you could do on a
regular basis that would feed your soul.
List three activities or persons that drain energy
and draw the focus away from you ability to live the life that you
Think about your primary needs and imagine a new
and healthy way to meet one of them.
Create a dream list of ten things that you want to
do or see in your life time.
Looking at your answers above, what action can you
take this month? This week? This day? Right now?
Articles and Links for the Month:
Sometimes it is a great web site and sometimes just
a one page article. so here are some resources to check out: