2 Heads are Better than One?: Her Take/My Take

Cath and I are one minded . . . almost. We agree on everything . . . almost.

Though we have distinct personalities we try to meld our ideas into one post.

Wouldn’t it be interesting, for you and us, to let our awesome individual personalities spring forth?

We have just posted her take, Get Real, Get Love, Get Rolling

and my take, Bullying, Mayhem and Murder: Something Stinks.

Pleeez, let us know what you think!

Elaine and Cath

Your TG Connection Team

 

4 Responses to 2 Heads are Better than One?: Her Take/My Take
  1. Kent Johnson
    June 11, 2011 | 9:21 am

    “Two heads better than one” First two things that come to mind is the power of “brain storming”, and the understanding that ( more or less) “women are intuitive, men are analytical”

    Being married to the same woman for 40 yrs and having my own business for over 20 years these are very powerful examples of where two heads are definitely better than one.

    In business having a partner (not my wife) really enhanced our business and made it fun. We accomplished things that each of us could not have done individually. Brainstorming new ideas and approaches was an exhilarating and rewarding benefit. $$$ became secondary.

    In marriage I have learned my wife takes the “random path” approach to accomplishing goals, while I keep a close eye on the goal and getting there expiditiously. Example: we traveled many times back to my wife’s roots in Yugoslavia. Once I learned to apply the rule of letting her intuition work, I began to enjoy the “side trips” as long as we eventually got to where we were going. Knowing this rule and expanding it in general to life, I am much more at ease. Must be a “vector” approach embedded here:-)

    • Elaine McLellan
      June 13, 2011 | 6:50 pm

      Kent, I agree with you. It is difficult to create anything at all by one’s self. There is that third entity that shows up when two or more are gathered. “The sum is greater than the parts.”

      • Kent Johnson
        June 17, 2011 | 6:03 am

        Elaine, you raise a good point! Maybe we need to consult Chuck, the author of the book TOL, to see if he has provided for a multiplier or amplification factor in his discussion on “mathematice of Love”.

  2. Bobbie
    July 28, 2011 | 6:00 am

    Beautiful story. You got that ‘Love Thing’ down pat. You go girl.

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2 Heads are Better than One?: Her Take/My Take

Cath and I are one minded . . . almost. We agree on everything . . . almost.

Though we have distinct personalities we try to meld our ideas into one post.

Wouldn’t it be interesting, for you and us, to let our awesome individual personalities spring forth?

We have just posted her take, Get Real, Get Love, Get Rolling

and my take, Bullying, Mayhem and Murder: Something Stinks.

Pleeez, let us know what you think!

Elaine and Cath

Your TG Connection Team

 

4 Responses to 2 Heads are Better than One?: Her Take/My Take
  1. Kent Johnson
    June 11, 2011 | 9:21 am

    “Two heads better than one” First two things that come to mind is the power of “brain storming”, and the understanding that ( more or less) “women are intuitive, men are analytical”

    Being married to the same woman for 40 yrs and having my own business for over 20 years these are very powerful examples of where two heads are definitely better than one.

    In business having a partner (not my wife) really enhanced our business and made it fun. We accomplished things that each of us could not have done individually. Brainstorming new ideas and approaches was an exhilarating and rewarding benefit. $$$ became secondary.

    In marriage I have learned my wife takes the “random path” approach to accomplishing goals, while I keep a close eye on the goal and getting there expiditiously. Example: we traveled many times back to my wife’s roots in Yugoslavia. Once I learned to apply the rule of letting her intuition work, I began to enjoy the “side trips” as long as we eventually got to where we were going. Knowing this rule and expanding it in general to life, I am much more at ease. Must be a “vector” approach embedded here:-)

    • Elaine McLellan
      June 13, 2011 | 6:50 pm

      Kent, I agree with you. It is difficult to create anything at all by one’s self. There is that third entity that shows up when two or more are gathered. “The sum is greater than the parts.”

      • Kent Johnson
        June 17, 2011 | 6:03 am

        Elaine, you raise a good point! Maybe we need to consult Chuck, the author of the book TOL, to see if he has provided for a multiplier or amplification factor in his discussion on “mathematice of Love”.

  2. Bobbie
    July 28, 2011 | 6:00 am

    Beautiful story. You got that ‘Love Thing’ down pat. You go girl.

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2 Heads are Better than One?: Her Take/My Take

Cath and I are one minded . . . almost. We agree on everything . . . almost.

Though we have distinct personalities we try to meld our ideas into one post.

Wouldn’t it be interesting, for you and us, to let our awesome individual personalities spring forth?

We have just posted her take, Get Real, Get Love, Get Rolling

and my take, Bullying, Mayhem and Murder: Something Stinks.

Pleeez, let us know what you think!

Elaine and Cath

Your TG Connection Team

 

4 Responses to 2 Heads are Better than One?: Her Take/My Take
  1. Kent Johnson
    June 11, 2011 | 9:21 am

    “Two heads better than one” First two things that come to mind is the power of “brain storming”, and the understanding that ( more or less) “women are intuitive, men are analytical”

    Being married to the same woman for 40 yrs and having my own business for over 20 years these are very powerful examples of where two heads are definitely better than one.

    In business having a partner (not my wife) really enhanced our business and made it fun. We accomplished things that each of us could not have done individually. Brainstorming new ideas and approaches was an exhilarating and rewarding benefit. $$$ became secondary.

    In marriage I have learned my wife takes the “random path” approach to accomplishing goals, while I keep a close eye on the goal and getting there expiditiously. Example: we traveled many times back to my wife’s roots in Yugoslavia. Once I learned to apply the rule of letting her intuition work, I began to enjoy the “side trips” as long as we eventually got to where we were going. Knowing this rule and expanding it in general to life, I am much more at ease. Must be a “vector” approach embedded here:-)

    • Elaine McLellan
      June 13, 2011 | 6:50 pm

      Kent, I agree with you. It is difficult to create anything at all by one’s self. There is that third entity that shows up when two or more are gathered. “The sum is greater than the parts.”

      • Kent Johnson
        June 17, 2011 | 6:03 am

        Elaine, you raise a good point! Maybe we need to consult Chuck, the author of the book TOL, to see if he has provided for a multiplier or amplification factor in his discussion on “mathematice of Love”.

  2. Bobbie
    July 28, 2011 | 6:00 am

    Beautiful story. You got that ‘Love Thing’ down pat. You go girl.

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2 Heads are Better than One?: Her Take/My Take

Cath and I are one minded . . . almost. We agree on everything . . . almost.

Though we have distinct personalities we try to meld our ideas into one post.

Wouldn’t it be interesting, for you and us, to let our awesome individual personalities spring forth?

We have just posted her take, Get Real, Get Love, Get Rolling

and my take, Bullying, Mayhem and Murder: Something Stinks.

Pleeez, let us know what you think!

Elaine and Cath

Your TG Connection Team

 

4 Responses to 2 Heads are Better than One?: Her Take/My Take
  1. Kent Johnson
    June 11, 2011 | 9:21 am

    “Two heads better than one” First two things that come to mind is the power of “brain storming”, and the understanding that ( more or less) “women are intuitive, men are analytical”

    Being married to the same woman for 40 yrs and having my own business for over 20 years these are very powerful examples of where two heads are definitely better than one.

    In business having a partner (not my wife) really enhanced our business and made it fun. We accomplished things that each of us could not have done individually. Brainstorming new ideas and approaches was an exhilarating and rewarding benefit. $$$ became secondary.

    In marriage I have learned my wife takes the “random path” approach to accomplishing goals, while I keep a close eye on the goal and getting there expiditiously. Example: we traveled many times back to my wife’s roots in Yugoslavia. Once I learned to apply the rule of letting her intuition work, I began to enjoy the “side trips” as long as we eventually got to where we were going. Knowing this rule and expanding it in general to life, I am much more at ease. Must be a “vector” approach embedded here:-)

    • Elaine McLellan
      June 13, 2011 | 6:50 pm

      Kent, I agree with you. It is difficult to create anything at all by one’s self. There is that third entity that shows up when two or more are gathered. “The sum is greater than the parts.”

      • Kent Johnson
        June 17, 2011 | 6:03 am

        Elaine, you raise a good point! Maybe we need to consult Chuck, the author of the book TOL, to see if he has provided for a multiplier or amplification factor in his discussion on “mathematice of Love”.

  2. Bobbie
    July 28, 2011 | 6:00 am

    Beautiful story. You got that ‘Love Thing’ down pat. You go girl.

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