planner. Wednesday , May 24th , 2017 - 06:58:48 AM
Some of the limitations in your capacity for having an exciting, vital life are your unaware agendas. (Webster's primary definition for agenda is "a program of things to be done.") On one hand, agendas are very useful. They allow us to focus on those things which need to be completed. They allow us to steer a course to a destination. They keep us on track so that we don't get distracted and they allow us to see if we have achieved what we set out to accomplish. But agendas can also limit what we can see, fettering our interactions with others and with our environment. They do this by maintaining a specific arena in which we function or interact because we are driven toward the completion of that goal.
If you have to leave the meeting at a specific time tell the chairperson, who can tell the meeting at the beginning, just in case it may affect the presentation of another item.
I am sure that you are well aware that all calendars end at some point. Our Gregorian calendars end every year at midnight on December 31st and start over again the following day. Our calendars record a 365-day cycle. We have a 10-year cycle we call a decade, a one hundred year cycle that we call a century.
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