So grateful that I was once awarded a scholarship from his company to purchase a digital copy of his original 100 Philosopher’s Notes audios and pdfs. I always have some with me to listen to in the car.
They are a wonderful time and energy-saving way to absorb the “meat” from the teachings of many wise ancient and current authors, business gurus, philosophers, and spiritual leaders. Some I didn’t know. Some were old favorites that have been a delight to rediscover.
Brian published another volume of 100 brilliant food-for-thought notes. Love them, too! You can check out those, plus Brian’s growing offerings from his En*theos website. (That’s a non-affiliate link. Enjoy the free samples there.)
Habits that we have and wear
In one of my favorite blog posts of Brian’s, and now a mini-chapter in his book, he talks about our habits.
Guess I was reminded of that note because I’ve been busy cleaning out my physical closets, as well as cobwebs and ill-fitting, useless habits from my emotional and spiritual closets. Brian’s note discusses the parallels between what we wear and think and do.
Do you know the origin of the word “habit”?
Interesting! Look it up yourself. Or just check Brian’s Do Your Habits Fit note in the short-short video below.
What About You?
Are your closets stuffed with old clothes, ones that don’t fit the personality or image you want to project? Even new clothes that were poor purchase choices?
Are your emotional and spiritual closets overflowing with worries, confusion, and mixed message?
Are your current habits a good or bad reflection of you these days?
What habits are you in the process of changing now?
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