Good Karma Network Weekly Update 1/2/12

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  1. Paul Payton says:

    Tom, while I admire you and appreciate your amazing sense of organization, I find that for me personally, making resolutions/setting too many specific goals/etc. sets me up for failure. Thus, I think in terms of aims and objectives. These include: Do the next right thing; God permits U-turns; If I’m wrong, promptly admit it, rectify it if possible, and don’t dwell upon it; help others and don’t keep score – the wheel of karma helps those who keep it rolling in the right direction. By this standad, I think 2011 was a fairly decent success. It’s all terribly philosophical, I confess, but as John Lennon (among others) said, “Life is what happens while you’re making other plans.”

    I’m not pushing my trip, or rejecting yours or others; it’s just what has worked for me. There are many ways to “do what works.”

    Now, technique goals – yes, a little “freshening up” never hurt anyone!

    Thanks for the thoughtful pieces each week, my friend, and Happy New Year!

  2. Tom Dheere says:

    I freely admit that my system is pretty regimented (read: super-anal!). It has loosened up a bit over the years, but that’s because I discovered that it needs to be fluid to account for life’s little (or big) surprises.

    A Happy New Year to you, old friend!

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