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Patience and the Healthy Expectation of Future Difficulties

Our patience is strongest when we have a healthy expectation of future difficulties and obstacles in our lives. Patience often comes with accepting that struggles and hardships are a part of life, and it thereby prepares us to face these struggles and hardships when they actually happen. I don’t believe we should anticipate that everything […]

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The Importance of Selling Yourself

Selling yourself is something that everyone needs to learn. Whether we are trying to get a job, or get a date, or get a gig for our new band – our lives are filled with situations where we are seeking to persuade someone or “win them over.” Often times “selling” comes with negative connotations. We […]

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Creating Boundaries Between You and Your Bad Habits

Willpower is an important aspect of changing ourselves for the better, but it can only get us so far. The truth is you only have a certain amount of willpower you can use throughout the course of your day. But once it runs dry, then you need to let yourself relax and reboot before your […]

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Curiosity and the Advantages of a Hungry Mind

“Stay hungry. Stay foolish.” – Steve Jobs Curiosity is the desire to learn and explore something just for the sake of learning and exploring it. There are many theories as to what influences humans to experience curiosity. One theory is the “curiosity-drive model.” We often seek a coherent map of reality, so when we discover […]

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The Right to Take Up Space

I notice that many people in this world, especially those who suffer from low confidence and low self-esteem, have the belief that they “don’t have the right to take up space” in this world. They walk through life trying to be as little of a disturbance as possible. Never speaking their minds. Never doing things […]

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