Leverage and A One Week Break

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“Leverage is knowing that if someone had all the money in the world, this is what they’d buy…”

–     John Dutton, the character played by Kevin Costner in “Yellowstone”

Quarantine is a good excuse to find some very good new TV series, at least…

Dutton is referring to his 300,000-acre ranch — “the size of Rhode Island,” as one of his adversaries describes it.

It’s not about how much we have though, it’s about how much we appreciate what we have, right?

She and The Three and I are moving residences this week.  Downsizing, perhaps, right-sizing, perhaps, but probably just moving; from “just a house” to another “just a house.”

It’s the four people with whom I get to share that house that give me leverage.  If someone could pick any four people to call family…

Partly because I need to focus on the 913 things on the “things-to-get-done-in-order-to-effectively-execute-a-move” list, and partly because most of my electronics will be packed up until about Saturday AM — the DD will take a short hiatus — returning on May 18th.

Make it a great week.  Lean in to your leverage, whatever it may be, and realize that what we have inside us can’t be bought, even if someone had all the money in the world.

 

 


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