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Setback is simply a step (unexpected!) in the process
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Setback is simply a step (unexpected!) in the process

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It can be deeply upsetting when things that I am expecting to go smoothly do not go to plan. I am surrounded with competent colleagues and work with capable clients; so when setbacks occur, particularly ones which I feel I should have anticipated and avoided, my reactions range from mild irritation, through disappointment and annoyance, to exasperated self-criticism. It is most galling when the setbacks are serious and arise from the most avoidable errors. Attention to the essential Strangely the more competent and proficient I have become in my job, the more... Read more

Escaping Procrastination - Can I help you enjoy life just a little bit more right now?
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Escaping Procrastination - Can I help you enjoy life just a little bit more right now?

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The demon today is procrastination Today has been a difficult day. It hasn't been easy to get going. My energy is low and I am feeling rather delicate and lacking in direction. It feels like it wouldn't take much to make me abandon today's tasks. The third cup of tea in less than an hour is telling. Procrastination is today's demon. I can feel him stalking me. Like Steven Pressfield trying to "Do the Work", I find now that the enemy uses a devious method to distract me: 'resistance'. I know that if I “… give [resistance]... Read more

What valuable questions are you sitting with?
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What valuable questions are you sitting with?

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At a recent gathering of lawyers and community leaders I asked the members of the group: What questions are you sitting with? The question caused some puzzlement and in one or two cases evident discomfort. If you have stopped to ask yourself this same question you may be having the same reaction. Bear with me and read on! We are mostly taught in school that questions have answers. If we study harder, read wider, do our homework, and explore more widely we will find the right answer. Job done; now we know. We discover in our teenage years that unfortunately some... Read more

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