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Personal Accountability Model

Personal Accountability Model

‘We either make ourselves miserable, or we make ourselves strong. The amount of work is the same.’ ~ Carlos Castaneda One of my greatest challenges this year is to continually practice being accountable for my own happiness, rather than being a victim of my life situation, and waiting for something or someone to “save me”.(…)

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And So It Goes

And so it goes. To all you players on your stages in all the various ages of your divinity. I wish you love, poetry, and peace above all. “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays(…)

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Motivational Mondays (Image)

Motivational Mondays (Image)

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Dear Mr. Williams

Dear Mr. Williams

The death of a celebrity can be a confusing time for a lot of people. Laugh if you will. As a species, people place exceptional human beings up on a pedestal as something to emulate; and often, this is a good thing. It pushes them to try harder because they know of someone who succeeded(…)

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Joe Rogan Stand-Up: Idiots of the Past, Present and Future

This is a hilarious clip from a 2006 Joe Rogan stand-up comedy show. Joe Rogan is mostly known from his days as the host of Fear Factor and his present work as a mixed-martial-arts commentator. Yet, Rogan is an outstanding stand-up comic as well. His comedy seems to take influence from the likes of Lenny(…)

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Relentlessly remind yourself

This article originally appeared at The Purpose and Possibility Blog on Patheos  Relentlessly remind yourself What you wish to have is very desirable. What you must do to achieve it is not particularly pleasant or enjoyable. So how do you bridge the gap? How do you discipline yourself to take the actions you must take(…)

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Words of Peace

Better than a thousand hollow words Is one word that brings peace.

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How To Train Your Brain To See What Others Don’t

How To Train Your Brain To See What Others Don’t

Carolyn Gregoire Posted: 08/25/2013 11:17 am EDT Charles Darwin had one of the greatest “aha!” moments in all of history when writing his magnum opus On The Origin of Species. After reading a book written 40 years earlier on population growth and resource competition, Darwin immediately saw the connection to the variation among species that(…)

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Ashton Kutcher Teaches Teens

Ashton Kutcher Teaches Teens

Ashton Kutcher was touted as a fool, and an idiot for many many years. He, fortunately, has grown and found himself in his years of hard work. His advice to these children in the audience is commendable, however, I fear that the message may have been lost on such youth. Be that as it may,(…)

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Current – Abraham-Hicks

Current – Abraham-Hicks

People will raise or lower to meet the vibration of your expectation. So if you think you’ve got a kid in trouble, and that is your vibration, they have a very difficult time bucking your current. Haven’t you ever found yourself saying something that you didn’t mean to say, and after it was over you(…)

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