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Moleskine Meditations - Reflections on the Notebook
Born an original: unique, excited and curious. Turned into a corporate copy: dulled, installed in a cubicle and fatigued by the relentless passage and sheer weight of PPT decks and CC'd mails.
Break out of the cubicle, escape from the Human Zoo.
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It is better to be a mover and a shaker and a stander and a taker-of-stairs and a walker.
Than an infrequent gym user.
There is like: for friendships.
And there is respect: for business.
Aim solely for the former in business and you are likely to lose the latter
Aim primarily for the latter in business and you will gain some good and trusted friends.
There is Hard Wealth: money, cash, coin, dollars, stocks, bonds....
And there is Soft Wealth: health, relationships, sheer silliness, music.....
Saturday is a chance to give the latter its turn.
If you love her, you will give her space. If you really love her you will give her time too.
Monday: a day, a date, a label, an event, a calendar entry, a shift of electrons on an iPhone screen, a new dawn, a fresh perspective, a wish, a want, a hope. A Monday.
Life is indeed a journey. When did you last unfold the map on a very large table and really study the terrain and consider what might be some good options over the coming weeks, months and years?
There are no bad Mondays; merely ones where we temporarily forgot we can just observe our feelings. We don't have to be them.
E-mail is a detached mode of communication. No eye-contact, no physical presence and no real-time feed-back from the person.
That tempting attraction can be its greatest weakness.
Monday: look beyond the label.
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