Foggy Notions

-bryan prosser-

"We don't see things clearly. We're squinting in a fog, peering through a mist. But it won't be long before the weather clears and the sun shines bright!"

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I’m Bryan Prosser, host and writer here at 

Scale Is Irrevelant

Scale has very little to do with purpose. Big or small dreams are irrelevant. What matters most is whether those dreams fit a particular desire, and that every effort is made to attempt them. Outcomes are the surprise. The rewards are found in the process where joy is also found.

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Living Until I Can’t

All of us everywhere, someday, will blink and find ourselves in the presence of our Maker. Or maybe not. That thought scares many people. I suppose it is because it’s impossible to know with any certainty what it will be. Even though it cannot be known with certainty, it doesn’t

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What If?

I’m increasingly convinced that mediocrity in our workplaces is a result of workers not being surrounded by a caring team of mentors and coaches who have their best interests in mind. Work performance is carefully monitored and evaluated, yet personal growth is not given the attention it deserves. There is

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Memories and Tiny Bottles

Look back? I do. No longer with regrets but to find those moments I’m grateful for. Does it trigger a river of uncomfortable memories? It can. It has. But I let them flow by, except for the happy notes addressed to me rolled up in tiny bottles. Those I fish

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Frozen with fear?

Every single problem we face today is the building material of a purposeful life. Each pose an opportunity to improve something that needn’t be. The status quo remains only because those with the gifts to change it stay frozen in unjustifiable fear. So let me help melt that fear away.

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Do you stop for rainbows?

Yesterday evening, returning from an impromptu drive into a foothill community for dinner, I couldn’t help but pull the car over to the side of the road so we could take in the rainbow forming over the hills. But my real reason was to await a surprise downpour that I

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