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Join me, Achievement Coach Greg Kilgore, at the first-ever “6-minutes and 40-seconds Group-coaching Experience” — one of eight eclectic presentations at PechaKucha Night Orlando v27 on Friday, November 8, 2019.
Every so often here in Central Florida, several hundred creative spirits and curious thinkers from our community discover an opportunity to come together and be enlightened and delighted by inventive and provocative ideas…
Have you noticed that often when you have a decision to make, you seem to be too close to your own problem for your own good? A concept known as, Solomon’s Paradox, proposes that people are wiser when reflecting on other people’s problems compared with their own. …
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“I feel like I’m on a life support machine, and they keep pulling the plug to charge their phones.”
— Amy to Dan bemoaning her role as the Veep’s campaign manager
You’ve become just another picture on the wall
I can’t remember the last time I realized you were hanging there eye-level
Once I looked straight at you to appreciate why
On display for my day-to-day gratification, now and again now, the days count off in empty silence
You, null space, in mind’s white noise
While I’ve become just another nondescript frame of references
Novelty of conversations, contexts, contents, consciousness all eroded by time and lack of presence
Oh wait, dare I say, there you are