I found this on Tumblr during some of my random distractions away from the stress of things. It reflects the essence of Managing the Biz of You.
Sea of Troubles
We face a myriad of difficulties changing day-to-day, month to month and year to year. At times it is overwhelming. It’s easy to get lost in our woes and worries when constraints out number the freedoms in our lives. In these times it is extremely important to use the social resources available in our lives and… Read More
How to Stay Calm in a sea of Troubles
I had a friend take me to lunch this week at work. We continued a dialogue we started about how to stay relaxed and calm no matter what happens. We talked about not being disturbed at work, but the principles were easily applied to daily living and the biz of you. Everyone is different. There… Read More
Finding the Essence
There is a feeling, thought and spirit that is you. Do you know it? Within this feeling, thought and spirit is our fundamental essence which has intrinsic value, usefulness and worth. It is the root of our experience. It is the basis of our interaction, integration and interconnectivity with our universe. It is also the… Read More
Issues Arise out of not Managing Our Business.
Looking at my recent posts, I find I’ve had the opportunity to work and befriend some excellent people. However, things are not as rosy as I write it. I also work and know people who are on the other end of the spectrum. There are those who don’t manage their business and complain about what’s… Read More
Finding our Center
I was having lunch with a friend when we began discussing being aware of our center. For myself I find there’s a still point within where things simply drop away. Pain, Pleasure, worry, happiness and thoughts aren’t there. For my friend, the experience is more akin to a soft light that gives energy… Read More
Managing Our Spirit
This week a colleague and friend of mine came back to work after being out on FMLA for cancer. He shared stories of his trials and tribulations over the last couple of months. He’s been to hell and back again and not done with his journey. The thing is he has maintained his spirit throughout… Read More