I wrote a post about the "TARGET" method I use to prepare to presentations. I would like to dig a bit deeper in it by explicating every step separately. So today is for "Thinking". You probably think this is the easiest of all, but I see it otherwise. It's the most important and most difficult one.
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Today's post is still introductory, but we are heading to presentations, I promise.
I love languages. I love how complex they are, and I love how well one can play with them. Wordplay is something I do all the time in my mind, and I love those moments when I realize a connection between different words, or simply realize what their roots could be. The word "Present" is one of my favourites. It's not a fancy one. But in its simplicity there lies its greatness.
I've met Eckhart Tolle's teachings about six years ago. I think many of you are familiar with his book "The Power of Now". When I first heard about it, I thought I knew everything about this simple thing ("now" that is), and I didn't think I needed to read the book. A few years later, when I actually read it, ... Read More