The OWL Despatch

Testing My Limits
Testing My Limits
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Here are two questions to ask yourself on what your limits are. Grab a pencil and have a go at them. I had some mighty meaningful answers for myself
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Life On The Screen. Four Ideas To Live it Tall
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Screens have become ubiquitous and everyone has access to it. Many of us bring to our screens our habits and ways of doing things from a different era. The opportunity to reimagine how we work and think is now and...
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Crafting new beginnings
Crafting New Beginnings
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We are accosted by the scale of loss and the depth of change. Lurking somewhere there, are the shadows of bad habits that the human race has picked up over time.
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I Am Not Ok
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It struck me that here was the other battle that she was fighting. Over and beyond the ones that were obvious. A private one at that. Perhaps even private to herself. It was about coming to terms with the fact...
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Pathway to ruin
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COVID19 provides us with a choice. It didn't allow us any breathing space to think of choices while riding roughshod over our old habits and regular ways of working. But, those of us who will survive its onslaught will have...
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Rewiring Our Lives
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All these passing decades humankind has been busy wiring the world, cutting deals and crisscrossing the world. It is time to examine the price we have paid. Both the known ones and the hidden ones.
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the ultimate sophestication
The Ultimate Sophistication
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The ultimate sophistication is within everyones reach. But we complicate it unnecessarily! Making amends is possible.
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Learning My Manners
Learning My Manners
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A lady video records a man seated behind her, punch the back of her reclined seat. He seems seated at the back of the plane and doesn't have the option to recline. It brought alive a newfound renewal to learning...
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What’s Your Score?
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Without discretion, data has raw power to dictate emptiness into lives. It brings victories that are pyrrhic at best. Data is a good point to begin to pause and ponder. But it's often not a good idea to treat it...
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clear about procrastination
To Be Clear About Procrastination
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Akrasia, I read, was a greek word developed to describe "a state of acting against better judgement"
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