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A Budge Nudge

Wow! It’s been a while and I’ll admit that I’m not yet sure how often I can actually post on this site. But, I have a plan to get back online and share all the nudge insights that I’ve had the last couple of years. I’m in that really difficult and necessary point of preparing for big changes while still having to execute the responsibilities of day-to-day life.

I’m starting with the Nudge Facebook group. We’ve just started back to the Monday Shout out where everyone in the group shares a goal they have for a week. And, then on Saturday Morning the accountability question goes out – did you do what you said you were going to do?

Next, I’m re-visiting all of the books and courses that are out there from Nudge Publishing. Do they need updating? Do they need discarding? Do I take this in a different direction?

And then – the blogposts will start up again. And, perhaps more social media. Or, not.

We’ll see. It’s hard to make changes unless I put aside the sunk costs and think about where this really needs to go in the future.

The important part is to start. And, this post is an example of doing so.

Meanwhile, don’t stop the nudging!

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Neglectful at Nudging


Months have passed and I’ve been neglectful on officially nudging from my website.

How is this possible? I’ve had such great habits up until the last couple of months.

Life changes, sometimes rapidly and dramatically.

New baby, death in the family, changes in work schedule, new worries, etc.

It all impacts our daily habits, messing with the overall accomplishment of our lives.

However, the good in all of this is that it messes with life priorities in a positive way. It is the perfect time to re-think the trajectory of the daily grind – why am I doing what I do each day? are the outcomes what I expected? what needs more focus? what needs less?


These are nudges from the self to the self or perhaps nudges from on high from a spiritual being who wants us to make the most out of our lives.

So, it’s time to get back on track. Nudging myself into action so that I can nudge others to press forward on their habits, goals and dreams.

I’m back!