The Art of Excuses

Today’s lesson is brought to you by the art of excuses: It has been two months, one week, and two days since I last wrote a coaching post. I realize that, whether you do or not, but because both the lack of writing and the art of excuses is like a burr under my saddle […]

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The Art of Perspective

It’s been a long time since we visited the art of anything, let alone the art of perspective. Timely, don’t you think? – since everybody has one. For every viewpoint that stands out front and center in our thinking, there’s typically a long line of ‘iron gate soldiers’ in behind contributing to that view. Some […]

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The Art of Thanksgiving

Lord, hear my prayer from a grateful heart … May I not treat lightly your abundant love, Your daily attention to the details of my life. Your provision and goodness, protection and mercy not only follow me, but overtake me each day: That which I need You supply. That which would harm changes direction at […]

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The Art of Being Present

If it weren’t for story, it would be hard to express myself. Even with a love for narrative, it’s difficult at times to find the words to express what is percolating inside. Eventually a lip print gets left on the mug as one thought after another sips out. The other side of the coffee mug […]

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The Art of Presumption

to think that (something) is true without knowing that it is true Welcome back to ‘art class’ where today’s medium is the art of presumption. Largely homegrown, presumption (thinking that something is true without knowing it is true) begins by being stitched into our childhood perceptions. A classic example is the ‘one bad apple’ syndrome. […]

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