Monthly Archives: February 2014

How Do You Measure Success?

When I speak to a group, or even in a private conversation, I’m aware that I am talking to someone that already enjoys a level of success. Simply living in the United States represents a certain level of success. Everyone … Continue reading

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What’s Getting in the Way of Your Success?

In a previous post on the Conscious vs. Subconscious mind, I made a case that it is man’s higher level of consciousness that accounts for higher level of success on this planet. I mentioned in the article that some believers in … Continue reading

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Chair Lift

On a recent ski trip, I was riding a high-speed chair lift when I realized that it was a pretty good miracle. Out in what amounts to the middle of nowhere, in formidable terrain, in harsh conditions, you get to … Continue reading

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News! – Earth Revolves Around Sun! (or does it?)

I recently read about the results from a recently published survey. The survey is here, but it takes a bit of digging to ferret out the relevant questions, which are embedded here (link downloads PDF). Here’s some text from the article: “The … Continue reading

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Amazing Slow-Downer

I suppose this might be a musical miracle – pretty much every musician who sees it thinks it is. The Amazing Slowdowner by Roni Music. From a variety of digital formats (basically everything in my music library, anyway), you can … Continue reading

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Conscious vs. Sub-Conscious

There are a lot of very smart, successful people who believe that the subconscious mind is the guiding principle behind their success methods. A Wiki article states, “. . . techniques such as autosuggestion and affirmations are believed to harness the … Continue reading

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Rescue Dog

Here’s an interesting Daily Miracle for you! On a recent skiing trip with some buddies, we skied right up to the chairlift; just one group in front of us. For those of you who don’t ski or ride, there are … Continue reading

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