Soul Sculpting : Motivation: Catch It When You Can

Motivation: Catch It When You Can In a burst of inspiration do you decide to change your life and then struggle to stick with your decision when the going gets tough? Welcome to normal. Motivation comes to us in waves.Catch a strong one and we can make some real progress, but the wave will not…

Soul Sculpting Projects: Monotasking with God

Soul Sculpting Projects: Monotasking with God “It is not necessary to have great things to do. I turn my little omelet in the pan for the love of God.” These are the words of Brother Lawrence, a French Lay Brother who lived in the 1600’s. Lawrence’s spiritual practice was simply to do all of his…

Soul Sculpting Project: Declaration of Hope

  Soul Sculpting Project: Declaration of Hope When you got out of bed this morning and your feet touched the ground what was on your mind? This week I invite you to join me in doing a variation of B.J. Fogg’s Maui Habit. Dr. B.J. Fogg, a Behavioral Scientist out of Stanford, has specialized in […]

Thoughts on Mono-tasking

Sculpting Group Thoughts on Mono-tasking Anthony Bloom (Medical Doctor/Orthodox Archbishop): “You can simply be completely concerned with the person or task that is in front of you, and when you have finished you will discover that you have spent half the time doing it . . . yet you have seen everything and heard everything.”…

Sculpting Project 9: Mono-tasking: Week 2

Sculpting Project 9: Mono-tasking: Week 2 The Drama: Five Minutes of Attempted Mono-tasking 1: I am attempting to mono-task, focusing on one thing: typing this page about multitasking. 2. My back is sore, (thought) ‘when an I going to take some time for stretching?’ 3: Thought, ‘the goats are hungry for lunch I should feed…

Sculpting Project 9: Mono-tasking: Week 1

Sculpting Project 9: Mono-tasking Week 1 Q: How can you be two places at once when you are not really anywhere at all? A: Multitask (Paraphrase with thanks to Fireside Theater.) I write #99 for the 1000th time, 401 more numbers to go. This was not my first plan, but hand numbering the gratitude journals…