Meditation, Madame Monet Sitting on a Sofa, 1870-1871
Daily Thoughts 11/10/2018
I checked the library Twitter and Facebook this morning.
Last night I finished reading Stop Workplace Drama by Marlene Chisholm. The thing which I liked about this book is it asked a lot of questions. There were questions at the end of every chapter. It was helpful in that it clarified each concept in the book by asking lots of questions.
This book is about change. It does not just ask to change other people, it asks you to change your own attitude towards others. It asks you to stop being negative and take responsibility for your actions. A lot of the book is about finding positive qualities in other people, then bringing them out into the work environment.
I am reading Catching the Big Fish Meditation, Consciousness, and Creativity by David Lynch. David Lynch is a film maker, writer, and producer. He started out as a painter. He discusses transcendental meditation, creativity, and some of his experiences working with film. The book is inspirational in nature. It asks us to go deeper into our consciousness and seek out the bigger things in life. I finished reading it at 12:10 p.m. The cable people had come by to fix a fallen cable.
I updated my Linkedin profile with my CPLA Certified Public Library Administrator certificate information.
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