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Misery Offers Great Insight

misery was greatest insight

Some say happiness is our birthright. I don’t know if I agree or disagree with this statement, so I’ll save that discussion for another writing. If we assume this statement is true … I wonder what life would be like if we all had happiness all the time. Like, we didn’t need to wish, work, or pray for it. It ... Read More »

Be True to Yourself: Rock that Boat

Go ahead and rock the boat

Someone asked me what it means to be true to yourself. I immediately thought of a billboard I once saw that simply read, “Passengers, say something!” Some people passively sit in the passenger seat and don’t ask the driver to stop texting, tailgating, speeding, drinking, etc. Sometimes we’re uncomfortable saying what needs to be said, but when your life depends ... Read More »

The Feeling Good Goal

over the moon in under a minute

Most of the time we just want to feel good.   We search for the right work, because we want to enjoy what we do. We want a great relationship, because we want to be happy. We want good health, so we can feel better. We want money or a new car, because we believe it will make us happier.   But if ... Read More »

The Power of Saying NO

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I used to work for a manager that continually gave me extra work. One day I politely asked him, “Why do you keep giving me more tasks when you know I’ve already got so much to do?” He replied, “Because I know you’ll get it done. The busiest person gets stuff done.” Back then, I thought that was a compliment. ... Read More »

I’m a Hustler, Baby!

Hustler 2

Hustler is not a word I would have used to describe myself, but it’s accurate. Most of my adult life, I have been called a hustler. I initially considered it an insult. That is because the only images I conjured up were of pimps wearing fur coats and platforms or scammers, not to mention Hustler is the name of a men’s magazine. ... Read More »

TAP IN to Adulthood

tap in to adulthood

Do you sometimes ask yourself, “Did that just happen?” “Is this really my life?” Too often we question the tiniest things, and it never occurs to us that maybe, just maybe, things happen for a reason.  Some things happen in order for us to learn, to grow and then to thrive. As human beings, we worry about things that, most ... Read More »

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