Monthly Archives: January 2015

My Mating Cycle

As we all know there is no manual on how the mating cycle works and not always does the greatest number rule. So, I thought I would share my mating cycle or call with you to get some feedback on it. … Continue reading

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Fair Game

  One of my favorite songs at the moment is by Sia, Fair Game  http://www.directlyrics.com/sia-fair-game-lyrics.html  But, in my view, if we to want to play a fair game or fairer game, we are going to have to make some, explicitly agreed to, … Continue reading

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Absolutely

I think I now know why I so hate the use of words like absolutely. When people use “I totally understand”, “exactly”, “you are absolutely right”, “perfect”, etc they are overly agreeing and then, when they are not really in agreement they … Continue reading

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Intuition Vs Ego

How do we tell the difference between our “intuition” and our “Ego”, if in fact there is one? Well, I need to be cautions here, as now I need to consider which part of me has asked this question and which part … Continue reading

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The Double Assumption

How about this for an agreement proposal? “Whoever assumes something AND then expects the other to assume also, loses the conversation.” I think this single sentence embodies everything that is in Rethink Perfect. For example: When someone states “You should know!” … Continue reading

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Doing the Best V’s Doing Better

To me there seems to be two camps of thinking: “I did the best that I can do” and then try to deal with the guilt of not  being perfect “I can do better” and just simply accept that we are all … Continue reading

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Timing is Everything

I once met up with a famous New Zealand/Australian jockey Greg Childs who retired in 2008 and had over 2100 wins to his name. I didn’t really know too much about him at the time but had heard of his … Continue reading

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