The “hammer” considers some options…

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Continuing to think about that idea of
“being the hammer, not the nail…”
the idea from yesterdays’ post,
“Perhaps, be the hammer, not the nail”
What might go into “being” a hammer?….
What options and choices might there be?
What size “hammer” is appropriate or needed in a situation?
How to choose an appropriately  sized “hammer?”
The importance of NOT using a large hammer for a little job.
What positive motivations might be underlying that idea?
Just how MIGHT I go about becoming more of a “hammer” in positive ways,
ways that enrich both my life and the lives of others?
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And here are a few ideas…a work in progress

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….a work in progress….

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14 Responses to The “hammer” considers some options…

  1. sufilight says:

    This motivated me to be a positive hammer today. Going to take care of a goal I keep postponing
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  2. me, too…. amazing how I can put things off! (btw, I just commented on your comment from yesterday….all this “big hammer stuff” seems to have actually gotten me….nervous!…can you believe that???… more of a quiet, gentle spirit here, I guess…. : ) )

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  3. wonderful! I really like this. it must fit into a concept that I can relate to.

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  4. I have always been a nail, but now that I’m retired I’m hoping to become more of a hammer.

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  5. I have a similar adjusting/shifting here..it’s a change to not be just automatically “doing” a job and having to initiate instead…I guess that’s part of our “new jobs” : )

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  6. Robin says:

    I like that this is a work in progress. It means you can be the hammer without getting stuck on the nail. 🙂

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  7. eof737 says:

    Interesting post… must think about this one. 🙂

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    • I’m going to add some more images with various size hammers, nails, screw drivers, screws, glue, string…versatility in choices, uses and option.
      I’m also going to make a new image/post with being both the potter and the clay…that’s more my style…flexibility, molding, shaping etc

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  8. cuhome says:

    I’m so glad we’re works in progress, otherwise there’d be nothing to do! 🙂

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  9. The article is well written. This blog is a unique on due to the kind of information it is carrying. I would like to thanks the writer.

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