Monthly Archives: March 2014

It’s amazing what one change can do

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Attitude of gratitude

When I was in high school, I remember there being a huge focus on grades. Parents, teachers, and guidance counselors would constantly remind you how important it was that you do well in school so that you could get into … Continue reading

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Transfixed by beauty

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Learning to be more pro-failure

Here is some food for thought. When you try to learn a new skill, how long do you keep at it before you give up? What about a project? If you start a project and results keep coming out kinda … Continue reading

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20 Strangers Kiss for the First Time

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It’s “not time”

Last week, using an analogy of eating mac and cheese all day, I explained a bit of the dilemma of being an overachiever. Overachievers often only know the value of achieving, and as a result, they live unbalanced lives. The … Continue reading

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Amy Cuddy: Your Body Language Shapes Who You Are

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I only know how to cook mac and cheese

I have an interesting thought experiment for you. Take a moment to imagine that as a child your family only ever cooked and ate mac and cheese. Not only that, but most of society only cooked and ate mac and … Continue reading

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Four tips that have made my relationship better

So, I know I said that I’d be covering relationships just for the month of February, but I had one more article I wanted to write. This will be the last one, then I promise I’ll write something else. I’m … Continue reading

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A reminder to have to faith in humanity

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