Almost 60 days have eclipsed 2013 and I've realized the central theme to my year.

  • In 2010, it started with becoming a healthy individual. (I lost ~60 pounds / 4.1 stones) This accomplishment lead to simplifying and minimizing the physical assets of living in the (generalized) obese society of the United States.
  • In 2011, it was eloquent and precise communication, followed by cardiovascular expansion, and the beginning of altruism.
  • In 2012, it was the exploration and discovery of my intimate surroundings, problem-solving, project leadership/management, and cultivating loving relationships

Synonyms for 2013: Alignment, Flow, Fit, Groove, Symbiotic, Wavelength, Complementary, Leverage, Combine, Mold, Evolve, Synchronicity, Intertwined, Shared-Vision, Relationships, Natural

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Fit is the theme. I'm building relationships with new and interesting people in order to combine forces/power for positivity. I want to align myself with complementary individuals and organizations to enable creation out of a shared-vision. I want this post to foreshadow the personal and professional future development of my life and others.  If you believe we can have a intertwined ascension, please contact me and explain how we can smile together.

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I moved to Denver 46 days ago after resigning from my 'program assistant / GIS technician' position with Salt Lake County Government. Consequently, I'm happier to be unsure of my future than I was 3 months ago. Uncertainty is driving me to a mental and physical edge. Teetering on circumference of life is then blend of comfort and discomfort that makes everyday worth living.

I don't like to be out of my comfort zone, which is about a half an inch wide. -Larry David

I believe that you can create a half-inch wide comfort zone through time, hard-work, consistency, pursuit, dedication, vision, and effort. What do you think?

Thank you for being patient with my lack of post-frequency. I was trying to feature the GIS Parking Analysis on the homepage while creating my next geodesign opportunity.

Onwards!

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