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Busyness has almost become a badge of honour in the modern world but if your busyness isn't moving you toward a mission or purpose you are passionate about, it is a futile state.
Advisors who find a way to slow the madness of busyness long enough, can begin the process of gaining insight and understanding, often through the eyes of others, namely our clients.
For a long time the busyness felt empowering and ego-inflating.
Busyness serves to create walls that prevent intimacy and starves any connection between us and others.
will be the site of Lenten Mission with the theme "Finding Time for God Amidst the Busyness of Life.
Venus and Mars changing signs on the 20th take some of the busyness out of your social life and if you meet someone who passes all your tests, you could find yourself in a very romantic mood.
Such places are so important as a haven in the midst of the hi-tech busyness of modern life.
In fact, the change from the very busyness of the role is something that will take some getting used to, as it will be a very different lifestyle for me.
In a time of technological saturation and chronic busyness, the Wild Detectives proves that a bookstore can be a second home to those seeking a cup of coffee and a great book.
American busyness and chronic high levels of work-related stress have become news fodder of late, as the United States seemingly continues to earn its moniker of the most overworked nation among the developed Western countries.
Gallaher's own words, "Everyone who has let fear or busyness or any reason good or bad get in the way of achieving your highest goals and long-held dreams, and isn't that everyone?
Covering many aspects of the big apple from livestock in the early days to lights and traffic today, this book highlights the excitement and busyness of New York.