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January 15, 2007



I just fell asleep with my head on my desk and my fingers numb from the weight, so the first thing that came to mind on reading this was "awaken". It pretty much does sum up where I've been vs. where I need to be.

God's blesssings on your endeavor to "progress."


Leadership. I think I'm being called to it. If I'm right, it will take sacrifice, work, and the grace of God to get it right. And if I'm not being called to it at the firm I'm at, prepping for it can only prepare me for the role somewhere else.


My word for the year is PRODIGIOUS because everything I want to accomplish this year, I want to do in a huge and astonishing way. So many times I find myself either quitting, not doing exactly what I say I'm going to do, or doing it half-way.


I think I'll go with JOY, because I found myself choosing grouchiness too often last year. I also want to say that What About Bob is Bill Murray's greatest work and is quoted far too infrequently. So, thanks for that! I knew I liked you. How about "Is this hand-shucked?" for a song title?


LEARN! I want to learn something more, something new. Not perhaps what society deems important to learn either...just something that catches my interest. I want to LEARN!


This is a very interesting idea. I have trouble accomplishing tasks because I struggle with making decisions or making myself act. There are many times I have thought about doing things, but have let opportunities slip by me. So my word for 2007 will be ACTION.



My word for 2007 is MISSION. I didn't do resolutions this year, instead I did a mission statement.
I found this site


My word is going to be "focus". I have the tendency to do ALOT and never really accomplish alot...or that's how it feels to me. I want to focus on important things/people/goals and actually make a difference.

Thanks Mark...I'll start on that today.

And I pray your "progress" overflows!!!

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