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My 3 Words for 2017

9, December 2016

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If there is one habit I picked up and still follow, it is selecting “My three words” to guide me through the upcoming year. This tradition of sorts began with Chris Brogan of Owner Media, whom I met at Boston’s Podcamp in 2009 thanks to Guido Stein. The purpose of this philosophical exercise is to […]

Enjoying the Silence with 3 Words for 2016

15, February 2016

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Last year, I kicked off 2015 with the “My 3 Words for 2015” post on the (now closed) “somebunnyslove.me” blog. I proudly can share that I successfully managed to implement those words (water, wake, release) into my daily life. Now that we are forty-five (45) days into 2016, I guess it is time I released […]

Work and Other WIPs

7, January 2014

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I have been busy as of late, which seems to be my norm. But I have the age-old adage “Being busy means work. And work means money.” That motto has been (and still is) effective in my life. Why spend money needlessly when you could be making more during your free time? In my instance, […]

My 3 Words for 2014

31, December 2013

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Since meeting Chris Brogan in August 2009 at PodCamp Boston, I have been inspired by his use of “3 Words” for that year. His 2013 list including the words from 2006, are in his last January 1st post. My own three words through the past four years have been: 2010 – Acknowledgment, Care, Drive 2011 […]

Reflecting and Learning on Changes

4, February 2013

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In last month’s post I discussed the whys on my disappearance of being online. The feedback I received has been incredible. Close friends gave me a “thumbs up” on my decision to lock and close my Facebook and Twitter accounts because as an individual person, I was being too public and not as one entitled […]

How to Redefine Some Bunny

4, January 2013

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The silence on my website since July 2012 has been on purpose. When I began independently working as a contractor, I was exploring various options (what I enjoy calling “Making Eggs”) of marketing in the fiber industry. Some of the options required me to keep a public face, others required me to stay in the […]