Josh on March 7th, 2006

by Josh Back in elementary school I was in a class in which we did a study on dreams. Not just meanings of dreams and facts and the like, but actually ways to remember them. Not only was it pretty sweet to be able to wake up and remember a lot of the stuff you […]

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Josh on February 14th, 2006

by Josh So a couple of weeks ago I posed the question asking when (or if) you showered. The response was absolutely stellar with over 130 responses. So huge thanks for that. Here are the results: 54% of you shower in the morning 24% of you shower in both the morning and evening 22% of […]

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admin on February 7th, 2006

by Jeffrey W. Cox It is hard, but it is possible to be close to 100% effective in all areas of your life. Being 100% (let’s call it 95% — no one is perfect, so they say) effective can be done by focusing on one area at a time – usually by concentrating on one […]

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Josh on February 1st, 2006

by Josh This post is me gathering some info for a future post…a survey, if you will. Basically what I’d like to know is if you shower in the evening, before you go to bed, or in the morning before you go to work…and why. I’ll refrain from what I do and why until the […]

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Josh on January 10th, 2006

by Josh For practically all my life I’ve had trouble going to sleep. I’m not an insomniac…I just think a lot. I’ll lie in bed thinking about what I want to do tomorrow or what I should have done today or how much I love eating cold pizza or how absurdly messy my desk is….you […]

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Britt Parrott on November 22nd, 2005

by Britt Parrott Whenever you’re about to embark on a large project—be it writing a novel, redesigning a website, or painting a masterpiece—finding a place to begin can cause anxiety that prevents you from moving forward. While some planning is necessary before beginning a project, too much planning can allow doubts and second thoughts to […]

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admin on November 9th, 2005

By Keith In starting my own business I’ve noticed that trying to establish or stick to a routine is very helpful in keeping everything as stress-free as possible. It’s very hard to do and I’ve had to slow way down on some fronts to stay sane. (Hell, to simply have a moments peace!) I’ve noticed […]

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