Monthly Archives: June 2010

The Art of War and 21 Games…

As I considered the value of giving copies of 21 Games… to soldiers currently at war, I began rereading the Denma Translation of The Art of War by Sun Tzu.  Contemplating these ancient yet so currently appropriate concepts of victory in war convinced me … Continue reading

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Giving Away my Book… Where It’s Needed Most

In May, a U.S. Army Major stationed in North Carolina bought an early-release copy of 21 Games for The Mind that Won’t Shut the @#&* Up!  A couple of weeks later, he wrote me an email saying that he would be taking the book with … Continue reading

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Information Theory and You

Today, when I opened Yahoo! to access one of my email accounts, I noticed that they have recently changed their log-in page. Now, there is a headshot photo of an attractive person, sometimes male, sometimes female, with the accompanying text: Find … Continue reading

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Awaken from Worry

Worry is a pervasive and perverse state of mind.  It is pervasive because it’s companion state of fear is the currency of media news broadcasters.  The experience of fear is incited by the belief that there is a powerful and imminent … Continue reading

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There is ALWAYS a Plan B

In today’s edition of the Blue Cat Screenplay Competition Newsletter, one of the topics is the current trend in Hollywood to produce movie remakes of earlier successful films or TV shows.  On a poster for the remake of The A Team , the tagline is “There is No … Continue reading

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Giving What You Came to Give

As we grow from infancy into this worldly life, the initial and innate activity of our minds and, thus our bodies, is the giving of all we’ve got. In order to know what that all is, we first reach out … Continue reading

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Get Rid of Frustration Once and for All

There is a pervasive state of mind more addicting than any substance and, exponentially, more damaging to the human spirit. It is the state of “Can’t do.” It’s contagion is so prevalent and so deeply embedded in the American psyche, … Continue reading

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21 Games… is now registered in Books In Print!

One more step along the path. Today, I registered 21 Games… with Books In Print. I recall, when I was a little girl living in a remote mountain town, seeing the four-inch thick hardbound copy of Books In Print on … Continue reading

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