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…
What if you literally have the stage for no more than six minutes and forty seconds to engage such a theater audience with a new viewpoint about reality and the future? What would you show-and-tell to make a difference in the lives of audience members? I am thrilled and honored to find out for myself...
I have accepted a unique invitation to be a presenter at PechaKucha Night Orlando v27! I would love for you to 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. The evening of Friday, November 8th, we will share our PechaKucha presentations during two performances (showtimes at 6:00pm and 9:00pm) at the Pugh Theater in the Dr. …
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. What can you do to overcome the so-called paradoxical forces that are impacting whether you achieve focus to make a decision and ultimately accomplish your goals?
When you suspect that you are over-analyzing your situation in order to make a decision — or worse, you feel stuck in a so called “analysis paralysis” — you can bet that Solomon’s Paradox is at work in your mind. It seems like we are designed to better at being objective for others and often too subjective for own purposes. The experience of “too much to consider to make a final decision” seems to be especially exaggerated when what you want from your decision is of utmost importance to you. Choices like: a new job, career opportunities, how to best launch or grow a startup business, staying in a romantic relationship or not, moving to another city or not, and other such big decisions in life and business. …
Right now, I care for two plants. To be precise, I care for two dark green Dracaena Janet Craig “Compacta” low-light, indoor plants. (I usually care for three. Though I recently moved; and so one of the set of three unfortunately didn’t survive the move.)
So what? You may be saying, “So you care for a couple of plants… What’s the big deal?!”
Or, you may be someone who immediately thinks to yourself: “I don’t have time to care for… (plants, whatever, fill-in-your-own-blank-here).” Or you may even have a story you tell yourself and others, “I don’t have a ‘green thumb,’ I have a ‘brown thumb!’ …
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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
My great future is now
as much as
“I surrender to…” now.
Now, get real:
• Now is always now.
• None of it is real anyway.
• And yet, It occurs real so that I am me for real.
It always occurs-to-me and unfolds like this:
• Patterning patterns pattern for patterned patterns.
• Patterns are all there is out there, and patterns are all I am in here.
• Now for me is delusional: Patterning patterns for patterned patterns as if, but not actually ever real-time enough, patterning patterns patterning for patterned patterns just a fraction of a moment ago.
• (My) Reality is always only my justifiable delusion.
• (Our) Reality is agreement that delusion is recognizable.
• Reality is fantasy in that fantasy is that justifiable delusion is reality.
• That you are real and that I am real is a pretense to justify our realness. …