Output v Effort…

output v effort


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  1. Ain’t that the truth! 😉

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  2. And then after that? Do we go back to baseline or just fall precipitously down the rabbit hole?

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  3. And with this little bit of inspiration I am off to work for the day. Wish me luck …

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  4. Totally true! I guess I’m still in the first part…in the “most of the time” part…
    Anyway, I wanted to tell you I nominated you for the one lovely blog award
    http://seattleinspired.wordpress.com/2012/06/21/first-award-nomination/
    Just a little thing to tell you again that your blog is awesome! So that you can add it in the thousand nominations you received 😛
    xx

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  5. Alex Jones says:

    The most effort is in the start, but then it is easier to keep something going than starting it in motion. Under enough momentum a thing carries forward with little effort under its own steam.

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  6. I’m ready for that spike to happen. I have a list a mile long of things to do.What I need is about twenty young friends who would do all the jobs around the yard for about three hours each while I open cool drinks for them. That would get the output and effort line rising. And I’d be doing my share. Opening the beer or water bottles is hard work too.

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  7. Reblogged this on Carlo Favaretti.

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  8. Jill Waldron says:

    Absolutely! And on another note . . . Thanks to you I have discovered Pomplamoose and have downloaded 3 of their albums. Fine, fine tunes! Thanks, Dave!

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