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That’s Not Fair? That’s Not Fair?
Priorities

That’s Not Fair?

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 30, 2012

Sometime in your life, you’re going to feel the sting of unfairness. Maybe it’s hearing your mother’s will read and realizing your brother and sister got more than you. Maybe it’s your friend that’s never taken a golf lesson carrying a ‘3’ handicap. You’re an ‘18’ and you’ve taken lessons all your life. Maybe it’s…

The “One Year To Live” Exercise The “One Year To Live” Exercise
Death & Dying

The “One Year To Live” Exercise

Posted by Regi Campbell on July 23, 2012

A good friend showed me all the stuff he was involved in. He’s stretched in a hundred directions. Family, multiple business things, church, a couple of charities…more requirements than he has hours to spend. What stimulated the conversation was two new requests . . . two additional roles.  It would be an honor to serve…

Selective Neglect…What Not To Do Selective Neglect…What Not To Do
Priorities

Selective Neglect…What Not To Do

Posted by Regi Campbell on June 21, 2012

There’s the story of a young violinist, the youngest to ever play Carnegie Hall. She rocked it, got a standing ovation and was led giddy from the stage to the press room. “How did you get so good on the violin at such a young age?” the reporter asked. “Selective neglect” said the little girl….

A Life of Meaning A Life of Meaning
Priorities

A Life of Meaning

Posted by Regi Campbell on November 3, 2011

A friend is contemplating this question. How do I live a life of meaning? There’s been a lot written about purpose, but less about meaning. Let’s define it first… Meaning  :  “implied or explicit significance” We looked at three choices. 1. Self actualization – becoming all God intended you to be.  Becoming a value-adding participant…

Intentionality and the “Lyle” syndrome Intentionality and the “Lyle” syndrome
Priorities

Intentionality and the “Lyle” syndrome

Posted by Regi Campbell on August 26, 2011

Our son had the best dog that ever lapped water from the face of the earth. His name was Lyle, a black lab with more sense and sensitivity than you can imagine. You’re having a conversation about food, come back later and he’s retrieved a bag of Ramen noodles from the shelf. Unopened…he wouldn’t want…

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