Yes we’re going to talk about blah blah blah. Nothing but blah blah blah.
Tired of blah blah blah? Then let’s check another B word – BATTOLOGIST. Nope this isn’t the person who study about bats or batman.
Battologist is a person who unnecessarily repeats the same words, phrases, or ideas. I repeat it is a person who repeats the same thing unnecessarily.
Battologist, are you?
Me? Without a doubt I am not. Yes never doubt it. Believe me I am not.
Why don’t you ask my kiddos? On second thought, please do not.
At home there is a mom battologist
Remind her kiddos, she cannot resist
Everyday she says
Do not forget this .
Do not forget that. Obey, she insist.
For Luna’s Poetry Month Clambake! Let’s have some fun! Please share your poems too.
Battologist, are you? Are you?
C you on Monday!
build not destroy
share not hoard
clap not slap
lift up not pull down
guide not gag
pray not punch
How is your hand?
HAPPY with HOLLOW WIN?
You’re a CEO who is loosing control of your business and personal life — yourself, your marriage, your family. Would you heed the advice of the janitor?
Roger Kimbrough, the CEO did. He had a weekly green tea meeting with janitor Bob Tidwell who shared six simple but powerful principles.
You can read and ponder what truly matters to you through the lives of the CEO and the janitor in the book THE JANITOR by authors Todd Hopkins and Ray Hilbert.
And here’s to share with you briefly the six principles that turned around the life of the CEO.
1. RECHARGE VS DISCHARGE. If you keep pouring energy out and you don’t recharge ,then one day you’ll run empty. You’ll burn out. A burned-up brain won’t start up.
2. VIEW YOUR FAMILY AS BLESSINGS NOT RESPONSIBILITY. Tell your family you love them; remind them of how much they mean to you.
3. PRAY NOT POUT. Sometimes when your plate is full, God will give you great insight on what is important to focus on and what needs to be removed from your plate entirely.
4. PASS IT AROUND. Share your knowledge and wisdom to everyone before it is too late. Anyone can give a meaningless gift. That would be no great reflection on my character, would it?
5. DON’T SPEND; INVEST! Invest your time in things that have value. Is there some eternal significance in what I am doing? Does it have any eternally significant impact on someone else?
6. LEAVE A LEGACY. It doesn’t matter if you live 2 thousand years or twenty. What matters is how you fill the space between the dates on your gravestone. Let your wisdom live and multiply in each life that you touch.
There, THE JANITOR can help me pick up the pieces and I’ll surely enjoy an evening with him sipping hot green tea. How about you?