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How hackers made my day…

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Something very fishy was happening with my yahoo email account…..  My phone kept showing “incorrect password… verification failed”  over – and  over- and over – … I don’t consider myself easily alarmed so this sort of thing…

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How hackers made my day…

Something very fishy was happening with my yahoo email account…..  My phone kept showing “incorrect password… verification failed”  over – and  over- and over – … I don’t consider myself easily alarmed so this sort of thing frightened me a little. … Continue reading

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“Speak only if it improves upon the silence.” ― Mahatma Gandhi

Recently, someone I know  wanted real advice and asked me, “how can I change my life?” Reading between the proverbial lines, I think they were referring to becoming happier with whatever career choice they were trying to make, plus wanted … Continue reading

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“The biggest mistake we make, is thinking change is hard,…or immediate…” Deepak Choprah (in Super Brain)

Remember your first bite of fresh-baked cookies? The  smells of sugar and spices and chocolate,  the warmth of the oven, the hustle & bustle of the kitchen… amazing what we store as experience.  Equally memorable, at least for me: my … Continue reading

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“An overnight success is 10 years in the making.”

I was trying to wade through the sea of information that describes how one is considered “successful”.  In the google-dom of “success”, many interesting concepts arise.  Chris Seper wrote a great blog entitled “7 Ways to Build  Better Humans” so … Continue reading

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“The value of achievement lies in the achieving.”—Albert Einstein — To D. Liberson, October 28, 1950. AEA 60–297

He is telling us to enjoy the journey.  The journey is 99% of life.  Take sports, for example.  Football season has now extended to the entire year, spring training, pre-season games, season, playoffs,  and then…. yes….the ultimate objective: Superbowl. Ummmmm…. … Continue reading

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How, then, does one re-invent themselves?

I am a firm believer in the invention of our “self” as the most important endeavor we can ever embark upon.  The first pass, however, does not determine the outcome or even the number of remaining inventions.  Success in one … Continue reading

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Life is Too Short for Food to be Fast

A friend of mine is dying.  Well,… I suppose to be exact, dying faster than the rest of us, and considerably earlier than originally planned.  I have lost family and many friends already, and the rate at which they are … Continue reading

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Baby, it’s cold outside!

Originally posted on Entrancestrategies:
It’s not so much how cold you are, but how long you are cold for…. There is that necessary travel, (house -to-car-to-next building) which can be so formidable that the warmth of a bed is not…

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Baby, it’s cold outside!

It’s not so much how cold you are, but how long you are cold for…. There is that necessary travel, (house -to-car-to-next building) which can be so formidable that the warmth of a bed is not just sanctuary, it’s self-preservation. … Continue reading

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