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digital dwelling of andrew maury. digital developer @ecomloop in burlingame, ca. san matean nantucketer on a rantum scoot.
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Open minded approach to equanimity

Open minded approach to equanimity

When plans are interrupted, or something doesn't go quite right, it's time for calm and reassessment, rather than frantic backlash. If the new landscape is approached with an open mindset, it's easier to assess the situation for what it is, rather than looking for what isn't. And from the perspective, it's much easier to employ equanimity.

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Employ equanimity

Employ equanimity

An even temperament during difficult times allows for clear thinking and sound decision making, while also preventing feelings of anxiousness and unease. Employ equanimity each day.

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Dictate mornings

Dictate mornings

Set a good tone for the day, don't let others take this time away. As the day goes on, interruptions will come and distractions will set in. The day doesn't need to start this way.

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Squeezing a rock

Squeezing a rock

There's as much sense in fighting time as there is in squeezing a rock. No matter how hard it's pushed, neither will give way.

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A different December

A different December

For now, the schedule remains though could change at any time. This will be different than Decembers in the past and unlike any in the future.

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Interest and investment

Interest and investment

Give people a sense of influence over a project to help attract interest and longer term investment in positive outcomes.

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Thankful for opportunity

Thankful for opportunity

Family, health, home and technology have made life good even in difficult times and I'm thankful for all of them.

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Over prioritizing immediate actions

Over prioritizing immediate actions

False summits abound and rarely will one last push make the rest of the journey downhill. Keep a good pace, be weary of the longer trek.

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Declutter to refocus

Declutter to refocus

Make time for the most important aspects, slow down, and cut out what's unnecessary. Take the break presented by the holiday and be thankful for all that's going well.

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Reset emotional responses

Reset emotional responses

The scale tends to slip lower over time. Find a way to reset this and go for better positives, and more subdued negatives.

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