You Put Yourself In a Box | In-Between the Pages

We are so responsible for creating our worst self-fulfilling prophecy.  What concerns me is not the way things are, but rather the way people think things are. - Epictetus I was reading about a major oil company that got very concerned with the lack of productivity. To deal with this problem, they hired and brought … Continue reading You Put Yourself In a Box | In-Between the Pages

What If You Were the Idea? | In-Between the Pages

We spend an enormous amount of time trying to come up with a new idea and innovate. When we have an issue or challenge in front of us, we tend to take it from the view point of the challenge. Instead, we should be putting ourselves in its place. Identifying and recognizing your issue(s) is … Continue reading What If You Were the Idea? | In-Between the Pages

How Constrained Are You? Not Nearly Enough| In-Between the Pages

  There has to be some limits to what we can and cannot accomplish. It is just the way it is. But, you can use it to your advantage. In fact, some of your best work you will ever do, will be when you have limits.  Most things have set limits and the first thing … Continue reading How Constrained Are You? Not Nearly Enough| In-Between the Pages

In Clear Sight | In-Between the Pages

  Things conceal themselves from us all the time. In plain sight they lie in wait. I've been spending a lot of time and extra reading energy getting into Heraclitus teachings. He believed that reality itself was deceptive, that permanence itself was an illusion. Things love to conceal their true nature. - Heraclitus Look around … Continue reading In Clear Sight | In-Between the Pages