Set the Tempo: The definitive power of rest in every season


I've been writing of late about how damaging habitual thinking can be, how important mind rest is.  And yes, this all sprang from a life-control DVR concept in an Adam Sandler flick, Click. Today we'll talk about how rest affects what you do when you're not resting.  Eventually we'll talk about the other steps to …

Habitual thinking: Resting so you can recreate, refresh, renew


I called myself vegging out, watching an Adam Sandler movie recently and ended up feeling like I was in a wildly entertaining master class about habitual thinking...  Inspired by a DVR control and a lot of banal humor.  So, I wrote about how habitual thinking is not in our best interest. The movie (Click) centered …

Adam Sandler’s Click: An unexpected message about habitual thinking


I watched Click, a hilarious mess of a movie the other day.  I was pleasantly surprised to see another layer in each scene: symbols, patterns, universal truths. In the movie the main character struggles to become a new man.  And yeah, his name is Michael Newman.   In desperation, Newman unknowingly accepts help from the …