Doing Nothing at All – 3

Confusion, complacency, and dissillusionment One thing I’m working on a lot lately is clearing up confusion in my life. Not confusion in general, which is a pretty much my norm,  but  confusion around hierarchy: what is important and what isn’t. Like everyone else, I have way too many “inputs” and

Doing Nothing at All – 2

In my last post, I asked “What do you do when you know you ‘ought’ to be doing something, but really don’t feel like doing anything at all?” I want to follow that up with another question: What leads to this state in the first place? In other words, why

Doing Nothing At All – 1

What do you do when you know you “ought” to be doing something, but really don’t feel like doing anything at all? Here’s a sample..and very common scenario: I’m tired after work, and I’ve got several things I could attend to. Work on my book, paying bills, cleaning the house.

Moving forward mindset

This post is mostly about my mindset. It’s about where I am, where I’ve been and where I’m at. This isn’t at all the new year, but I’ll count this as my year-in review anyway. For me as a piano teacher, the year ends with the school year. The big

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