Grateful today to all that’s worth a risk of less than clear.

(and for depth in conversations which often ensue)

Thank you.


Grateful this day for those of the highest order.

(brave proactive interesting trouble reward(s)

Thank You!

Speak Easy

I will listen.

Testing a new free tool still in beta mode according to the developer.

Look to the right of this post. See the light green colored tab labeled “Be Heard…”?

If this is your first visit to this site you should also see a pop-up balloon highlighting the green tab.

Go ahead and give SpeakPipe a try.

Connect your computer microphone, click that green tab and leave me a comment or question. You have up to 90 seconds of record time on the free account I use.

If you’d like to add the ability for your readers or visitors to leave voice messages on your blog posts on on your static website go here for the details: SpeakPipe.com

As an alternative to written comments being able to hear you is worth testing (and so worthy of you).

Intimate (digital) Connection(s)

See the e-Mail connection widget right there in the top right hand corner of this page? Join the Conversation…


e-Mail is the most intimate digital ink communication medium you and I have for Liquid Life Solutions. Join the Conversation… connects you to the most used address I have for e-Mails.

This is not an ‘auto-responder’ e-Mail list. You’re not going to get a pre-written series of e-Mails pretending to speak to your listening.

When you see an e-Mail from me it will be personally crafted, hopefully delivered from the heart and aligned with the core desired feelings I want more of in my life.

I promise zero to two (0 – 2) e-Mails a week that will over deliver with something relevant and important for you. I intend to always be worthy of your attention. Simply choices to ponder and ideas to consider.

There will never be affiliate links on Liquid Life Solutions. Wow. Never is a big word. Any resources shared via links etc. go straight to Source. To do anything differently would be to not honor LLS.

I can guarantee your e-Mail will be read. All you have to do is reply to any e-Mail I send you. Wish I could promise to respond to you personally but I can’t. Know that what you wrote is being read. Best I’ll do for now.

Giant stride baby steps. Take one right now and connect with me via e-Mail if you feel like it makes sense for you. Thank you.


Speak your own words of power to yourself. You’ll listen.

RSS Contrarian

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Choose an online RSS Reader that’s free, fun, easy to access, easy to set up and has a search feature built in.

There are many choices of RSS Readers available. Some are free and some are services you must pay for. Some are completely online while others have software to download onto your computer.

Our suggestion is to keep your RSS Reader choice simple. Think about it for a moment, since you are going to be consuming Really Simple Syndicated content doesn’t it make sense to use a really simple tool to deliver the content you want to consume?

One of the leading RSS Readers with easy access, easy set up and built in search comes from our friends at Google. The Google Reader fits all the requirements for Secret #1. In addition to easy access (requires a Google account), point and click simple set up and a RSS feed search feature already built in, Google Reader is free and does not require a software download to enjoy all of the benefits.

Your Google Reader already has many of the features other RSS Readers will charge for.

Time Management & Tomatoes

Questions usually show up around business conversion sooner or later. One of the big ones asked and overheard on a regular basis is about what are good time management systems, tools etc.

For several years now I’ve run across a common thread in the time management tapestry. That common thread wraps around the core concept of timing tasks using some kind of count down mechanism telling you a certain amount of time has passed. Like an oven timer.

Until recently the name was a mystery to me.

Enter the Pomodoro Technique and common sense instructions on how to use the technique.

What I like is there’s finally a name for the set of tools surrounding what had only been a vague reference. That this set of free tools has been hanging around since 1993 or so also prompts a big thumbs up.

My own experience with Pomodoro is still a work in progress. While I enjoy the timed value for doing mundane tasks and assignments, I have difficulty stopping work on something I enjoy doing.

For another (more in depth) look give this blog post by Alyssa Gregory a read through. Good stuff.

Francisco Cirillo (the Pomodoro creator) has further insights on the current happenings around the technique on his blog. 

Click here to download the PDF (no charge or opt-in required).