Tag Archives: time management

Learning to be Uncomfortable.

A few days back I had this kind of funny thought: “God sure doesn’t want me being too comfortable these days!” With my recent job loss and uncertain housing and work future (although I have some exciting news to share … Continue reading

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“My life has no meaning.”

“Thank you…now my life has no meaning.” “What the h*** am I supposed to do now?” “Life officially sucks.” I read these statements in regard to a recent national tragedy. Which one? The financial crisis? The execution of Americans oversees? … Continue reading

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5 ways to stop living Overboard

Living the Overboard Life takes a lot of work. Obviously, if living a remarkable and fulfilling life was easy, everyone would be doing it. Brian Klemmer passed away a few years ago, and has written numerous books. One of them … Continue reading

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Why you need deadlines

On January 4th, Traci and I began another 100 Day Challenge. Each day has an inspiring or compelling video, with powerful thoughts on moving forward. Here’s the zinger quote of the day for today’s video: “You will always work best … Continue reading

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Habitual Readers (and other people we don’t like): (7/7)

In order to live the Overboard Life, we must be willing to learn from, and join in, the experiences of others. Books offer us a great means to accomplish this goal. In fact, it’s one of the main reasons we … Continue reading

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1,440 minutes: the discipline of time (5/7)

How much time do you waste every day? ; I hate that question because, probably like most of you, my first response is defensive. I don’t waste time. My day is so jam-packed, I can’t afford to waste very many … Continue reading

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The 15-minute discipline (3/7)

I love reading biographies. There is something about the power of real people, doing remarkable work with their lives, and seeing “behind the scenes” at what makes them tick. For example, who knew that the greatest base thief in baseball … Continue reading

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