Monthly Archives: August 2012

Create distinction.

Create distinction. Novel writing may be one of the most exhausting endeavors out there. Yet short spurts of wisdom are actually much more difficult. As William Faulkner said, the novelist is a failed short story writer, and a short story … Continue reading

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Some great thinking.

Signature of mediocrity is not unwillingness to change – it is chronic inconsistency. ~ Jim Collins On the way to work, concentrate on the way – not the work. ~ Jim Rohn God isn’t at work producing the circumstances you … Continue reading

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In. Real. Life.

Penelope Trunk writes today:  “The blog is a conversation where I am useful to the reader in exchange for me having someone to talk to.” I’m taking her advice. I hope I am useful in writing this, since there have … Continue reading

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First time out

For the 36th time now, I have moved. Usually within the midwest, sometimes it has been same city/state, different house. Other times and this time to a new state, searching for the new job, new friends, new normal. A decade ago … Continue reading

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