I am reading a real thought provoking little book by Bill Jensen called The Simplicity Survival Handbook. This is what he suggests about managing time:

Say no more often

Question more often

Call Time Out and Whoa more often

I know this is advice I will take to heart! It made me think about managing my time or letting my time manage me. We all have time, it is what we do with the time that determines our happiness and productivity.


At 8/27/07, 12:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sometime we feel the need to travel all ends of the earth looking for answers, only if we stop, look around us we can find the answer.


Forgive me but, great movie whoaa.. reference quote "scent of a women" cheers

At 8/27/07, 9:25 PM, Blogger Adam King said...

I truly enjoy your reading selections outside of athletic development. I have many of the books you quote on my list to get read.

As I read Al Gore's "Assault on Reason," I have drawn some connections between how politics are being run and how Athletic Development are being mislead. Americans have lost the ability to debate core issues in our democracy, and trainers have lost some ability to rationalize training methodology. The lose of debate weakens our democracy, similar to narrowing our focus of athletic development. A lot of mis-information is being release for an individual/group gain.

These are just broad statements that I have come up with while reading this book. By no means am I accusing anyone in particular.

Thank you Vern for being a source of information that I can trust and allowing us to debate through this platform. Keep challenging our minds and we will challenge others.



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