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But I did want to fill you in on a couple of things.
I loved this fabulous flowchart to help you decide which baseball team to root for. First option: "I have a soul." If no, you root for the Yankees. If yes, move to the next option. Apparently, I'm a Colorado Rockies fan.
This was written for writers, but is true of so many things: about how we need to focus on goals rather than milestones. Meaning this:
Too many people, when they create lists of goals they’d like to achieve in their year, choose to list milestones over which they have little control. Saying you’d like to sell a novel as a ‘goal’ is possibly not in your control. The market may not be right. You may not have written a good novel. But you can certainly somewhat control writing a novel and submitting it.
It's a very practical application of the Serenity Prayer.
In social media, I really liked this blog entry on Twitter that covers all of the basics in a clear, comprehensive, British, and non-social-media-guru way. For example:
"TIP: Don't be a wanker and pretend you're Cameron's personal advisor."
Words to live by.
Speaking of Twitter, I also loved this which I found on Flickr:
That's what most people are really thinking, of course.
This UCC minister also reveals what pastors are really thinking when someone explains to us that they are "spiritual but not religious."
Next thing you know, he's telling me that he finds God in the sunsets. These people always find God in the sunsets. And in walks on the beach. Sometimes I think these people never leave the beach or the mountains, what with all the communing with God they do on hilltops, hiking trails and . . . did I mention the beach at sunset yet?
Finally, for all the over-doers among us, I highly recommend this column, Stop Giving One Hundred Percent!
I think I'll go kick back for a bit. Have a great weekend, everyone!