Monthly Archives: July 2014

Further Thoughts On Decision Making

“When you come to a fork in the road, take it” ― Yogi Berra We are always confronted with decisions, or forks in the road. I last wrote about Decision Making here from a process point of view, but have always … Continue reading

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Unfamiliar Words and 35mm Slides

“Those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything” ― George Bernard Shaw In my last post I gave some extreme examples of unusual personal ‘baggage’ that can develop in life. There are also many lesser, more common forms that … Continue reading

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Whoa! I’ve Got Baggage?!

“If God meant for us to carry baggage around, he would have made our skin have little pouches like kangaroos” ― Rachel Van Dyken If Absolutely Everybody has Baggage (Fundamental Principle 15), and if we weren’t meant to carry baggage … Continue reading

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