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The Enermazing Weekly Ticker (2)

Topic Of The Week 7th – 13th August 2011:  Vision

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My “vision” for the next weeks is to tweak the editorial calendar. I spend so much (enjoyable) time blogging that the Enermazing Project is suffering – although it is the main reason for the existence of this blog :/

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Do you trust your eyes? Can you spot the change?

Positive psychology for well-being: Does the World Need ‘Positive’ Psychology?

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Post the story of your own small and big successes in the comments section. Next week it will be featured in this spot. Nobody posted a success story last week – be the first 🙂

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If you had a magic wand, what would you do? Where would you stop?

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“…sometimes we become so obsessed with where we think we should be we forget to be where we are now – and most of all we forget to enjoy it!” comment by creatingreciprocity on enermazing-Featured: Tayla Kelley and David Barth

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How would it make you feel to be a tree?
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The Enermazing Weekly Ticker (1)

Topic Of The Week 31st July – 6th August 2011:  Potential

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Provisional editorial calendar:

  • Sunday: New Topic Of The Week
  • Tuesday: Have-Your-Say-Day
  • Wednesday: Featured
  • Thursday: Follow-up on Topic Of The Week
  • Saturday: The Enermazing Weekly Ticker

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About creating and destroying potential – the two most recent posts by photographer Tom Bradley:

Enhancing user experience  – or limiting potential? Eli Pariser on TED Talks: The Filter Bubble – the dark side of web personalisation

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Post the story of your own small and big successes in the comments section, and next week it will be featured in this spot. This week read for example what Chris Guillebeau (The Art of Nonconformity) found out in his interviews with “unconventional entrepreneurs”: The Moment You Knew.

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If you had super-powers and could make people do whatever you wanted them to, how would that affect your everyday life? What would you ask for, and where would you stop?

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 “Whatever limits us we call Fate.” Ralph Waldo Emerson

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If you were a house, what would you be like?

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Flying Beyond Your Limitations

Striving for improvement of ourselves and our environment appears to be a constant struggle against restrictions, rules, and other limitations: at home, at school, at work, within the community or country we belong to, “the rest of the world”, and, not to forget, against our own flaws, beliefs, and habits.

Because of this struggle – or rather, our desire to control – we tend to perceive “limitation” as something negative which stands between what we want and what confronts us every moment. Potential and limitations however are nothing but the two extreme aspects of “What Is”. It’s up to us to choose, actively and consciously, which side of this coin we want to look at.

Accessing potential

There’s one problem though: How much of our potential is “visible” to us? Continue reading

Potential For Personal Growth

Topic Of The Week: Potential

An onion seed won’t turn into a rose, a puppy will grow up to be a dog, and I can’t become you.

Man’s main task in life is to give birth to himself, to become what he potentially is. Erich Fromm

What contributes to “potential”?

Everything around us has its special properties, characteristics, and individuality. All living organisms, including us, have Continue reading