By E.L. Jayne Red rock roads and satin sunsets. Crimson cacti and eclectic, desert diners. Moab, Utah is a splendid sight for sore eyes. This trip to Moab held a completely new experience in store for me. I was attending a festival for BASE jumpers to film my friends jump off really high mountains. … More An unexpected lesson from the world’s most dangerous sport.
In aviation we have a term called AOG that means Aircraft on Ground. It refers to a plane that can’t fly because of a technical issue. We might also say a pilot is grounded because of a disciplinary issue, or that passengers are grounded because of weather. In all cases, the term indicates an inability … More Grounded
Most of us experience stalling at some stage in our lives. In our attempts to be all we can. In our attempts to climb as high as we can, as fast as we can. The problem is, like an aeroplane, we can only climb so fast. If we pitch the nose up too high, or … More Regaining Lift
Hello on another Sunday! I am working on my Life Coach Certification and I am about to be done. My certification is based on a model called NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) and the specific techniques in the method made me think of the importance of perspective in our lives. NLP is a model that uses our … More Perspective Change
Hi all, We resent people at times because they did something wrong to us. Maybe they lied to us. Maybe they did not help us when we needed it. Then, we resented them and stopped talking. Or at least, we stopped being as close. I think everyone experiences something along these lines at some … More Forgiveness and Relief
It’s been a while since I wrote a Successful People post. Although we both know that the definition of success is different from one person to another, there are some common core aspects throughout all of the definitions of success and they are all related to our perspective. I believe that Dan Lok is a … More Successful People – Dan Lok
This is a sensible topic for me because I always thought I’ve set my priorities right. And it’s not that I haven’t done that, but sometimes I don’t act like it. Here is an example: I always considered this blog is a priority for me, but today I realized I’ve spent half an hour playing … More Are your priorities really priorities?
You have somebody’s full attention! Now, let us shed our ideas of extraversion and introversion and focus on the attention itself. How would you want to be considered in their eyes? Interesting, Intriguing, or Entertaining? Is there is a difference? (Come on, it’s me. IMO of course there is.) I’ve always wanted to be interesting, … More Attention (semantic) seekers…
This movie is about a U.S. Marshal that investigates the disappearance of a murderer from a special facility (you can read more about it here). Or is it? It has a surprising evolution. It’s one of my favorite movies and it kinda shocked me when I watched it for the first time (not … More Movie Thoughts – Shutter Island (2010)
Starting from the comment posted by ajourneyintome (Have you made any revelations from the perspective shift?) I began to think about how the change of perspective helped me. The first thing this helps me with is anger management. I usually get mad very quick and I calm down very hard because I interpret … More How the shift in perspective helped me
Sometime these days I came across some ancient wise words: “Plant a thought and you’ll pick an action; Plant an action and you’ll pick a habit; Plant a habit and you’ll pick a character; Plant a character and you’ll pick a destiny.” – Random Wise Ancient Dude or Dudette … More Ancient Wisdom