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Quality time is the product of leisure time. It’s not the other way round.

In order to experience something fully, to be present and engaged in the way we call quality time, we must first create space. Then we must be able to become immersed on what we are doing.

It doesn’t need to a long time, but it needs to be practiced and regular if one is to benefit.

Quality time can’t be scheduled, but leisure time can.

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7 Advantages of Acting With Purpose

purpose

This is different from HAVING a purpose. That’s big picture stuff which is OK as far as it goes, but less likely to influence the here and now.

Acting with purpose is not quite the same as having a purpose. For one thing, it has more immediate impact, so you get to see the results more quickly.

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Your Audience Expects

Expectations

Performers know that they must deliver what is expected by their audience if the are to get the applause they hope for. The thing is, it works the other way round too: the audience will place the performer in a role which he or she doesn’t intend. They might even see the performer as a […]

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How to Remedy Guilty Feelings

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If you are troubled by unwanted feelings of guilt, here’s an exercise that can help. It is part of my soon-to-be-released online course ‘How to be Free of Guilt’.

The trick is to make the feelings disappear by making mischief.

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