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Free Won’t: Why You Shouldn’t Take Any Single Thought Too Seriously

You can’t take any single thought you have too seriously. Why? Because your mind is a lot like a “mental playground,” constantly generating and experimenting with new solutions and new ideas. Therefore, no single thought can possibly define you. So you had a scary or negative idea, or image, or dream? No big deal – […]

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Draw Happiness From as Many Different Sources as Possible

We’re not completely independent beings. While we strive to cultivate as much internal happiness as possible, the truth is we still depend on external things for some level of comfort, pleasure, and life satisfaction. These external things can be our relationships, our work, our hobbies, or personal interests such as books, movies, or music. The […]

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One Day Cannot Dictate The Whole Course of Your Life

One day cannot dictate the whole course of your life. Even if you feel it is the worst day of your entire existence, it is a small blip in the grand scheme of things. What happened has happened – and it is over and done with. But that is all infinitesimal compared to the billions […]

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The Last of Humans Freedoms

Excerpt from existential psychologist Viktor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning.

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How to Create a Less Stressful Work Environment

It’s difficult to have to work in an environment that often stresses us out and drains us of our energy. Many of us probably spend between 30-50 hours a week dedicated to our job or career. It makes up a huge part of our lives. Yet we seem to accept the mantra that “work sucks,” […]

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