Monthly Archives: February 2016

We can do better.

We can become more present.

We can practice more patience.

We can listen without an agenda.

We can love deeper and wider.

We can put more creativity into the world.

We can be transformed.

We can accept responsibility.

We can do this. 

We can do better.

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When you choose karaoke…

…you’ve chosen to not be original.

This choice will numb the moment, but will also bring an aching regret down the road.

Ideas that move us to joy and tears and lives that lead us to change for the better are always original.

So for you, and for us, please bring us something new, sing us something fresh, and give us what only you can give.

There’s a first for everything and when it comes to you there will never be a second.


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LTMP Episode 17: The ONE Thing with Jay Papasan


I am so thrilled to have Jay Papasan in Episode 17 @ Let The Music Play. Jay is a bestselling author, Vice President of Rellek Publishing, co-owner of Keller Capital, and co-owner, alongside his wife Wendy, of Papasan Properties Group with Keller Williams Realty in Austin, Texas. The books he’s helped craft have collectively sold over 8 million copies. His most recent work with Gary Keller on The ONE Thing has sold over half a million copies worldwide and garnered more than 350 appearances on national bestseller lists, including #1 on The Wall Street Journal’s hardcover business list.

No matter your role or current stage of life, this is a conversation that will help you get more purpose, more meaning, and more fulfillment out of your days.

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You can also find more episodes of Let The Music Play by clicking here.

Enjoy and remember to share this with those you love and lead!

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Movement or Stillness?

It’s both.

There’s probably no other art – yes, art – more significant today to your awareness and liveliness than the art of being still. Silence screams and so we tend to avoid it. I encourage you to lean in.

And there’s nothing harder to overcome than the paralysis of overthinking and over-worrying that keeps us from moving towards our truest selves and highest calling.

Here’s the catch…

Before you move, be still. And when you’re still, dwell on what moves you.

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