Busted. Again. Ninety-nine percent of the time what I need from the weekly DO52™ verb I select is different than what I think I need. Most of the time, what I think I need is...
When I was in graduate school doing qualitative research, we learned about the importance of triangulating data. It meant using multiple methods or data sources to develop a comprehensive understanding of the phenomenon being studied...
I wonder if this same thing ever happens to you. What are the chances, with 1,025,109.8 words in the English language, that I would unintentionally and unknowingly have used the one DO52 verb I picked last... Read More »
I was on my fifth loop around Parr Park before I noticed something was different. For a split second it took my breath away. And for the rest of the day it bothered me... Read More »
Last week’s DO52 verb, Remember, was perfectly placed in my life. After a busy summer of travel, kids, and growing demands at work, I wanted to use last week’s verb to reconnect with all of the... Read More »
Thanks to wise words and support from friends and readers last week, I received the help I needed to move on from the DO52 verb, HELP; the verb that had me stumped for weeks in... Read More »
When I told my husband I was going to have each of my boys make an Attitude Box, he jokingly asked if that was the box where they could stuff their attitudes when they get... Read More »
An all or nothing attitude is great when life is simple and the effort is being applied to only one or two commitments. My inner critic loves all-or-nothing, because the “all” portion of that philosophy... Read More »