Monthly Archives: May 2011

Our Enemies as Artists . . .

. . . according to Piers Steel, Ph.D., in his book, The Procrastination Equation, are: Resistance Rational Thought Family & Friends The Greatest Hits for Resistance are: Pursuit of any creative work of art Any diet Any program of spiritual … Continue reading

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Seeing through Dirty Glasses

How is it every day, nay almost every hour, I have to clean my glasses?  My eyes must be positively filthy!  As a young person without glasses, I used to see old people (take that as people the age I … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Curse: Procrastination

Okay, I’ll admit it.  I’m writing this blog because I just took a procrastination quiz—wanted to find out how bad a procrastinator I was—based on Piers Steel’s new book, The Procrastination Equation.  (Take the quiz at, click SURVEY at … Continue reading

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This topic has been on my mind for some time, and over time, I’ve made repeated stabs to complete it, but I’d always run out of time or realized my thought process wasn’t complete.  What was extra-ordinary about this particular blog … Continue reading

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