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John "John A" Warnick

Thank you Stephanie. I want to give this some careful reflection. But from my personal perspective and the anecdotal experience I've gained working with families I have to believe that the stress I place on PURPOSE and VISION are in some respects synonymous with what the researchers describe as "the perception of doing important and lasting work."


You may want to check out http://www.GoalsOnTrack.com/, a very nicely built web app designed for tracking goals, habits, and todo lists, and supports time tracking too. It's clear, focused, easy to navigate, and most of all, really works!


Thanks, John A. I always appreciate your stopping by. Funny that you should mention the word purpose. As you know, purpose is a very key factor in my mediation model (partly due to the influence of psychosynthesis). I realized recently that I need to refresh my idea about purpose since I have been using the word frequently since 1981. Time flies! I am going to open up the word using the Levy process described here:http://westallen.typepad.com/idealawg/2008/05/lighter-wisdom.html.

It would be fun for you to tear the word open too, to hear how we each see it.

I am reading the new edition of ACCIDENTAL GENIUS as a review before I begin opening up the word. Its a good book.

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