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DAVIDSON: To Have or Not to Have Breathing Space

…that is the question.

Jeff Davidson



The heavens are populated by galaxies, each with untold numbers of stars and planets, all created by God. Here on Earth, we need to solemnly approach our days. If it isn’t already the case, the critical measure of successful living is not how much money you’re making, the size of your home, or the number of friends you have. It is how much breathing space you have in your life.

Breathing space, as I define it in my book, Breathing Space®: Living and Working at a Comfortable Pace in a Sped-Up Society, is the ability to control your life amidst an array of tasks and activities competing for your attention. Breathing space is:

* the ability to experience a sense of calm and relaxation despite your surroundings.
* knowing that you run your life and not that your life runs you.
* having the room to be, explore, or simply do nothing.

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Fewer and fewer people truly have any sense of breathing space in their lives. Leisure time, if they manage to eke out any at all, is forced in between periods of frenzied activity, thus deflating the quality and nature of whatever leisure time one does experience.

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Collectively as a society, and individually, we all need breathing space on a periodic basis to ensure that we have the energy, creativity, and resolve to meet the challenges we face and greater ones forthcoming.

Why Do We Feel The Way We Do?

It’s no accident that virtually every working man and woman in society today often feels pressed for time. Too many individuals do not recognize the big picture of our frenzied existence and blame themselves for not being effective time managers. They believe that if they could just get “caught up,” once and for all, everything would be okay.

Rather than attempting to race with the clock and battling an ever-growing to-do list, visualization is an alternative way to approach each day. Visualization, also called imaging, is a simple process that involves conjuring a mental image of something that conveys happiness, warmth, or peaceful feelings for you. For example, you might remember a meadow or farm from your childhood, a waterfall, a picnic site, a scene from a movie, a favorite cousin, or a lover.

By focusing on the image for even a minute, you can lower your pulse, heart rate, and blood pressure. If you only have a few minutes alone, visualization could be your cup of tea. Thereafter, visualize how you’d like your day to proceed, what you seek to accomplish, and how you will feel at the end of the day.

You are Already a Master

You already engage in visualization all the time. A primary benefit of visualization is the minimal time investment required for a good return. Visualizing aspects of your work and life helps to improve your disposition and increases your probability of successfully solving problems.

Some people suggest closing your eyes and placing your hand on your chest, cheek, or forehead while visualizing a pleasant scene in order to connect your body with the image that you have conjured. Regardless, visualization works well because your brain can recall anything that it has ever experienced.

The examples and suggestions below are designed steer your focus on positive, pleasant, stress reducing scenes:

Visualizing a Desired Outcome – Visualization can help you sail more easily through things that have not yet happened. For example, basketball players attempting to improve their free throw percentage find that by visualizing themselves stepping up to the line and draining the shot, over and over, their actual foul shot percentage can increase in game situations.

Visualize as a Substitute for Practice – Many Olympic performers visualize themselves going through their routines, be it speed skating, gymnastics, or throwing the javelin, and actually improve their performance once they step into the competitive arena.

Visualize Success at Something You Dread – If you fear making presentations or confronting your boss, visualizing yourself successfully handling the situation increases your probability of success. You can write a short statement about your visualization, or a whole article about what you did and how it worked. In this respect, you “live into your visualization.”

A Divine Tool For Everyone

The good news about visualization is that it’s a tool that everyone can put to use, with not much effort, for a pretty decent return. Such a deal!

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President Trump Speaks About His Future Plans During Lunch At One of His Golf Clubs

Hail to the chief!

John Salvatore



President Trump may no longer work from behind the Resolute Desk in the Oval Office, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t planning something big to keep the MAGA movement alive. Here’s the latest on 45, via Washington Examiner: WEST PALM BEACH, Florida — Former President Donald Trump gave nothing away about his plans for life after the White House as he dined with friends at his golf club on Friday. “We’ll do something, but not just yet,” he told the Washington Examiner as he sat at his regular table in the Grill Room of the Trump International Golf Club. An aide to the former chief executive then swooped in and swiftly, but politely, ended the interaction. CONTINUED: Trump has let it be known that he is considering another run for the White House in 2024. Reports also suggested that he was considering setting up a new party, the Patriot Party, as a vehicle to run for office. He brought a small staff with him to Florida. They are working out of the Mar-a-Lago club as they begin to ramp up operations. Here’s some random noise from anti-Trump, anti-free speech, anti-American Twitter…

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AOC: I Didn’t Attend Inauguration Because I Didn’t ‘Feel Safe’ Around Republicans


John Salvatore



If Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez loved history (or her country), she would’ve been in attendance at the inauguration on January 20 – however fraudulent it may be. You’d think someone like AOC would want to see history being made when Kamala Harris was sworn-in as the first female vice president – however fraudulent it may be, also. Instead, the loudmouth from the Bronx decided to push her style of “unity” by saying Republicans are dangerous. Swell. From The Daily Wire: Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) said during an interview on Thursday night that part of the reason that she did not attend President Joe Biden’s inauguration was because she does not feel safe around Republicans. “You knew that people would ask why you weren’t there,” CNN host Chris Cuomo said. “This was a good cause, from your perspective, of dealing with your constituency. But this was supposed to be a show of force, and unity, and you weren’t there. Explain it.” She blabbered, “Yeah, you know, I think we also had very real security concerns as well, as you mentioned earlier. We still don’t yet feel safe around other Members of Congress and…” VIDEO:

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