Retire-Renewers, this is a three-minute wake-up call I’ve bookmarked for a weekly ‘revisit’.
I would love to hear how this TED talk might change an hour, a day, or a year of your life.
Because Stacey Kramer delivered this in 2010, you may be among the 3.7 million people who have already seen it.
Today was the first time I’d seen it. Much better late than never…
Quote from video: “So the next time you’re faced with something that’s unexpected, unwanted, and uncertain, consider…that it just may be…a gift.”
Retire-Renewers, even if you’ve already seen it, this is a three-minute wake-up call I’ve bookmarked for a weekly ‘revisit’.
I would love to hear how this might change an hour, a day, or a year of your life.
This TED talk is from 2010 and has been viewed by 3.7 million people.
And today was the first time I’ve seen it.
I went eight years without this ‘gift’ and, because of my jobs and pastimes, I spend a fair amount of time online.
A prime illustration of how wide and deep the Internet has become.
I found this article very interesting and recently shared this within a Facebook group.
- Which stage are you in?
- Are you straddling more than one?
- Which stage do you want to be in?
Yep, I’m full of questions today, but with few answers. More on that later.
I can say that I am at the stage where I realize I probably have already used the image above, but am shrugging and going with it. [This is a nod to the emerging philosophy of “perfect is the enemy of ‘done’.”]
Cool tool for introspection; dynamic venue for civic expression.
I snapped this in the summer of 2017 in Mt. Vernon, WA.
Some of my favorites:
- Third column, sixth one down.
- Second column, last item.
- The top item in the first column…touching.
If you faced this wall with a piece of chalk, what would you add?