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Director : James Mangold.
Producer : Lauren Shuler Donner, Simon Kinberg, Hutch Parker.
Release : February 28, 2017
Country : United States of America.
Production Company : Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Donners’ Company, Marvel Entertainment, TSG Entertainment.
Language : English, Español.
Runtime : 137
Genre : Action, Drama, Science Fiction.

Movie ‘Logan’ was released in February 28, 2017 in genre Action. James Mangold was directed this movie and starring by Hugh Jackman. This movie tell story about In the near future, a weary Logan cares for an ailing Professor X in a hideout on the Mexican border. But Logan’s attempts to hide from the world and his legacy are upended when a young mutant arrives, pursued by dark forces.

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    1. Dominic – Thanks for the kind words! I’m right there with you. It’s definitely a daily struggle! I’m confident that we can do it though 😉

  1. I really enjoyed your post! This is all too true and is a serious addiction along with the drugs. Of course, not many people will admit this, like you wrote about. Very thorough post and made me think about my situation.

    1. Elise – Thanks so much for sharing. I’m really glad to hear that it spurred you to think. This was a tough post to write! I agree it’s not something that many people will admit to. In fact, it’s something that Americans, in particular, are reluctant to ever admit. We believe that a full schedule is the same as a full bank account – and we mistake both of those for leading a fulfilling life! Thanks again!

  2. Hi Brian,
    Good to reconnect with you, and I loved this post. And all your others as well. Great job in nailing this topic, and you really did a great job in flushing out this “work as addiction” issue. You are wise beyond your years. It took me about 10 yrs longer than you to get my own dose of clarity on this topic. At that time in my life, I had conflicting thoughts about work vs. “life”, yet I had to keep feeding the “machine” that I had created, so I just plowed forward. I figured it would just all work itself out. I didn’t realize it at the time, but I was doing was “forcing it” instead of just “allowing it to happen”. And in turn it resulted in some decisions that put all that financial security in jeopardy. Shortly after that time, the financial crisis hit, which then compounded the problem. Boy, what a good learning experience that was. I can say that with a nice dose of positivity, now, as that it’s many years later, and things have all worked themselves out (as they always do…for the best…..whether we really know it or not, at the time….isn’t that a coincidence…for me, these show up as some of the best and most impactful God moments in my life…). But a lot of my problems were due to the fact that I was “addicted to work” and to that feeling of being filled up by the success that can come with that. Now, I’m looking for ways to work less and “do more”. A friend of mine said it well “Life is all about the experiences”. It’s the experiences we remember, and the vividness of special moments within them, that we remember years later. It’s not those extra many hours we logged in to get that big deal signed up or completed. Many of those details fade away. I remember working on what i thought was an “important proposal” when I received the phone call from my ex-wife saying that she thinks her water broke and that she was going to head to the hospital, and that I should probably meet here there. Well, it was 2 weeks earlier than I expected, or planned for, and for a short while I did feel a lot of stress over that. Thankfully i got over it very quickly, and I ditched the proposal and was able to find a colleague that would handle it (but at the time I was concerned that maybe he wasn’t going to hand it as well as I did… I can laugh at that now!) and I was there to experience the birth of my son first hand (definitely a top memory and experience in my life). The challenge I have now at present is that I dug myself into that hole and then the feelings that come with that– a lot of responsibility and people depending on you, and expecting things of you. I am very thankful that I happened upon your blog tonight, as I have a business decision and negotiation that I am working on now, and taking the time read and reflect tonight has been very helpful in providing me some clarity on that decision, and opened up a couple of options for me. I’ve been at a cross-roads for the last year or so and have been slowly working through it. We all only have so much time in our days and weeks. It’s how we spend it that counts. I am taking the time to spend it with my kids, my friends, and to a lesser extent my immediate family (but they are all nuts, and work addicts too, so as you alluded to, they don’t ‘get’ it anyway- Lol!! At least not yet 🙂 So to everyone reading along with us, I would say… make the time to spend your time with your kids, with your spouse, with your friends, and your family (yes even some of those annoyances out on the fringe 🙂 And to have those experiences like you talk about in your posts, Brian. And bring a good attitude and effort to that. I recently had the awesome experience of attending all 5 of the final Grateful Dead shows (Santa Clara CA-last weekend in June and Chicago- July 4th weekend). Taking that 10 day break (I worked a few days in there in the middle, but I was so on cloud 9 that it was effortless and not in large doses) was a rejuvenation to my soul, really (ok- i’m also a Deadhead so that helps! lol!) It was so refreshing to be living in an existence where the most important thing to do that day was to make sure you got up in time so that you could get to the show early, so that you had enough time to experience all that is involved on the periphery, so that there were as many hours open for you to just left stuff happen and unroll the way it was going to, full well knowing that it was all going to be an experience worth doing and remembering. I had no concerns, because I had a knowing that everything was just going to work out, even thought I didn’t know how. Like for example, getting separated from your friend and ride home in a sea of people and you have no cell phone battery left (that in itself is enough to send most people into a panic). It all works out so just chill out, be present and let it happen, and look for the clues, the feelings, on what to do, and then when you get that- step toward it 🙂 Thinking back to those shows, I had a high degree of anticipation and excitement (but also calmness, trust, humbleness, and peaceful confidence) I “brought” each day. Having 80,000+ people around me, many whom were in a similar positive state of mind, one of excited anticipation, energy, appreciation, relaxation…that was powerful. I felt the vibration, the high energy. I realized that each day I have the opportunity to “bring my attitude to the show”. Why not bring the one that is enjoyable, and setting it up for the experience that I want. And I was reminded, is’t this a cool attitude to have every day, and boy what a difference it can make. Feels good too 🙂 Its not always easy for me to stay in this zone at all times. But I’m a lot more accepting and forgiving of myself when I realize I’m not in it at that moment, which then I think helps me get back on track more quickly too 🙂 Keep up the great blog posts bro! Thanks again. Looking forward to more in the future!

    1. Dan –

      Thanks so much for taking the time to share your experience! I really appreciate your point of view. Taking time to spend with family is super important. I agree. It’s a lesson that cannot be stressed enough.

      Your experience going to the Dead shows is awesome. I had no idea you were a Deadhead! Just finding that out is one of those little things we miss in life if we don’t slow down and take the time to get to know the people around us. Your experience is one that I think is really important. There’s so many people that never truly take themselves out of their normal, every day environment. When you went to the Grateful Dead shows, you got out of the normal day-to-day and you could just be Dan, rather than Dan the Senior VP. I can imagine that the experience of getting lost w/o a cell phone would have played out way differently if you were in your normal business role. I think it’s really cool that you were able to just embrace the journey and enjoy experience, not stress over expectations. Ten days is way more than most people are comfortable doing, but it’s so freaking important to do those types of trips, and do them often. Just like you need to spend time with your family, need to spend time with yourself too!

      Thanks again for sharing, Dan. You’ve got great insight!

      Stay well,

      – B

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