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August 16, 2008

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Ewan Spence

Love the ideas, and it makes sense when you consider that there are very few all rounders in life, everyone deals with just one area. I recently talked about going from those initial ideas, and putting some structure on them and taking them to a final product, Might be of interest? I've linked to the post - Structure as a Starting Point for this comment.

Becky

Very compelling thoughts, there. I remember employing that concept on a friend who turned scary and uberstressed while planning her wedding -- I told her: pick the things that you really want to be right (flowers? dress? menu?) and release the rest -- delegate it and forget it. Me, I don't think about altering clothes or deep cleaning my house (I make the [for me] worth-it investments in a tailor and housekeeper); I eat oatmeal and yogurt every morning, and have no intention of developing an interest in gardening.

David Wahl

Ewan,

Thanks for the link. Interesting! It may spur further comment from me.

Becky,

Limiting what you do is the best. I never understand people who want to do everything themselves and worry about everything and then wonder why their lives are so boring.

Spend your time doing what you want to do!

Lets start a revolution!

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