Intention

What to do when life needs patience

It’s been a bumpy few weeks..hurts, physical and emotional, piling on, and patience for the needs of my life in short supply. I tripped and fell recently and broke a

Keeping faith with self – the power of self-discipline

In the hustle-bustle of life, where are you? We’re accustomed to getting our work done to meet deadlines and others’ demands. We’re accustomed to taking care of others. What are

Eight ways to make dinner time more meaningful

Dinner lands at a strategic point in the day. For most people, the evening meal caps a day of work, school, living on the run, stress, and demands from all

Consistency: power tool for building success

  17.05.2017   Goals, Intention, Life skills, Work   No comments

There’s a lot of wisdom that says the best thing you can do to achieve your goals, to raise a child, to do anything of lasting value, is to practice

Good for something

You are good. But it is not enough just to be good. You must be good for something. You must contribute good to the world. The world must be a better place

Say something that matters

I am one voice, a small voice, writing away, sharing perspective, passion, my truth. It’s easy to get lost, to believe that no one hears what I have to say;

30 day challenges: what do you have to gain?

Are you struggling to make a change in your life? Add some fitness element, change your diet, establish a habit? “Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in

Simple, not easy

I read a little book recently that made the point that many things are simple, not easy. Habits…skills…resolutions. How is it that I often confuse the two? Simple… Easy… Not

Five ways to stop the drama

Drama, drama. It’s everywhere…relationships, social media, political arena. While life should be filled with moments of excitement, and we all inevitably experience conflict, drama is the unnecessary, masquerading as the significant. It’s exhausting. Frustrating. Pointless. I

It’s all about the narrative

  22.07.2016   Intention, Narrative, Politics   No comments

We’re in the midst of political high drama in the U.S., and while I don’t discuss or write about political views on this site, the whole process serves as a

New wisdom: writing priorities

This is the third post in a series of three on the challenges of managing time and priorities. Links here to posts 1 http://storyrevisioned.com/2016/07/08/take-another-look-finding-new-wisdom/ and 2 http://storyrevisioned.com/2016/07/10/new-wisdom-the-struggle-of-time-management-the-power-of-limitations/ Finally, I need

Take another look: finding new wisdom

I’ve noticed a trend in books and articles in the past few years. It seems a popular approach to creating a best-seller book or a viral post is to identify