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Depression. You’re having a bad time. Not a bad life.
Authors note: At the time I wrote this, it was actually directed towards a friend who was going through a
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It’s all there for you if you want it.
Sometimes work sucks, relationships suck and we find ourselves feeling down as a result of thinking about all the things
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Ways to Make This Year Especially Awesome
Originally written for New Year’s Eve 2010, this list applies today — and every day — as much as it
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The ripple effect of kindness.
I was touched by this video which makes a point of showing obvious ways in which acts of kindness can
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You as much as anyone were meant for greatness.
You as much as anyone were meant for greatness. And you — yes you — can do some things better
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You don’t know what you don’t know.
You don’t know what you don’t know. “To know how good you are at something requires the same skills that
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You are who you choose to be
People will make observations about you based on their own level of understanding. What complicates matters more is that people
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Fearing change is counter productive.
Extraordinary doesn’t just happen. If you want something “spectacular” or “extraordinary” — you either have to make it happen, go
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“This isn’t going to be easy.”
Remember, every difficulty or challenge we face is an opportunity for growth and improvement. In fact, this is mainly the
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What I’ve learned about determination & commitment
“Stubbornly persist, and you will find that the limits of your stubbornness go well beyond the stubbornness of your limits.”
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Know that you can carry the burden.
“Energy flows where attention goes.” — Michael Beckwith You were meant for greatness. You are stronger, smarter, and more resilient
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What are you waiting for? Go after it!
[Here’s another post (kind of like this one) that may not be your cup of tea. I’m “earnestly advocating a
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