Tag Archives: effective living

Will

Will by Alfred Tennyson I “O well for him whose will is strong! He suffers, but he will not suffer long; He suffers, but he cannot suffer wrong: For him nor moves the loud world’s random mock Nor all Calamity’s hugest … Continue reading

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Ask, Receive, Give

“Remember, the conversation between you and your horse must never be dull or inert. It should be, ‘Ask, receive, give. Ask, receive, give.’ Ask with your body and legs; receive through your body into your hands; give primarily with the … Continue reading

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The Courage to Face Ingratitude XVI

“That which often seems to us to be ingratitude, may be merely our own ignorance of the subtle phases of human nature. Sometimes a man’s heart is so full of thankfulness that he cannot speak, and in the very intensity … Continue reading

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Effective Follow Up

Yesterday we examined the importance of effective follow up in the living of life. Today I would like to examine specific steps that can make you more efficient in all that you do. The art of superb follow up begins … Continue reading

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Principally Speaking: Solving Difficult Problems

I happened upon an interesting principle that understood and properly applied, can make life much easier.  This principle became obvious during a recent horseback riding lesson while working on my trot-canter upward transition.  Without boring you with the details, the principle … Continue reading

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