June 10th, 2013

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Getting my sh!t together!

I am loving my first ever Kindle Book - "Get Your Sh!t Together" - it is really helping me to focus on the things I can do and change. See below for my "Not To Do List!"
Am working on how to be in action, rather than just making lists. Even though I am loving my evernote app on laptop and iphone!

The essence of how to GYST & the thing i most need to learn stop thinking & start doing!
“And action comes first, not last. Not when we have worked everything out perfectly and when we have all our ducks lined up and are confident of an assured outcome. Action comes NOW, at the very beginning, when our shit is still all over the place. Nothing happens, nothing is achieved, nothing becomes clear, nothing is even really revealed about who we are except when we are in action. Not convinced? Listen to some leading authorities on action:”

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Week5@40

I didn't think I had achieved much this week, but it has been a series of short, sharp steps, hopefully taking me in the right direction. Plus my recipe of the week (Plum cake, courtesy of Lyzzybee's wonderful kindle book "How I beat High Cholesterol" - Buy it!) smells absolutely delicious!
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Uetliberg Therapy

After a long day at home with the kids on Saturday, I wasn't sure whether I would have time to do my monthly Uetliberg walk for my @40 challenge. Really glad I made the effort. It being nearly mid summer, it was light until 10ish, giving me time to do my normal walk. Just beautiful and a wonderful time out for me.

I love this tree - 2 shots, with different lighting.
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My impressions...
roll of thunder
smell of campfires
cowbells
church bells
glider
swifts/swallows

musings
meditation mon 0630 steuffacher kirche
0900 sun service st andrews
thoughts on next career steps /phd
career narrative reading recommendations
hotel montana over christmas
july weekend with jane
rfbr on kindle & evernote books
do strengths based leadership online test this week
contact damcoise koechler re cake lesson
do a new recipe
mags cook book link