Monthly Archives: December 2013

Looking Both Ways

We’re hitting that time. An old year is ending and a new one begins. To some extent this change of the year is a bit meaningless. We increase the last digit when we write dates and life continues on as … Continue reading

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Coming out of the closet you never knew you had

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The power of words

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The gift of receiving

So, we’ve reached that time of the year. Snow is on the ground, malls are flooded with present-shoppers, and holiday music plays on radio stations 24/7. If you spend much time in the self-help field you notice some funny things … Continue reading

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Why our IQ levels are higher than our grandparents

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Why we procrastinate and 8 strategies to overcome it

It doesn’t matter who you are. We’ve all said that phrase “I’ll do it tomorrow”. For whatever reason, it’s something we all struggle with. When we find a task unpleasant, we seem to magically find every possible distraction known to … Continue reading

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Strangers becoming instant friends

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Picking the blue pill: part 2

So last week, we looked at a lot about escapism. We looked at why we like to take the proverbial blue pill instead of dealing with reality. We also discussed some of the reasons why escapism is bad, and we … Continue reading

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Mathed Potatoes

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Picking the Blue Pill: part 1

Morpheus: This is your last chance. After this, there is no turning back. You take the blue pill – the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill … Continue reading

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