Beyond the Rhetoric


Posts Tagged ‘hard work’

On the Feeling of Turning 361 Degrees

April 4th, 2013

I think we all have an innate desire to improve ourselves in some way or another. We want to run faster. We want to earn more money. We want to take better pictures and create better memories. And in our efforts to improve ourselves, we may set a number of goals and we hope to […]

Sunday Snippet: Bishop Richard Cumberland (1631-1718)

March 3rd, 2013

“It is better to wear out than to rust out.” I’ve written several times before about the importance of finding life-work balance. We all would probably agree that it is worthwhile to pursue your life’s passions and do what you need to do to pay the bills, but there is also something to be said […]