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Know your role and stay in your lane

It’s one of my favorite phrases borrowed from the military, typically used to remind service members what’s their responsibility and what’s not.

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Identity Work

Pressure and Potential

Doesn’t it seem like everyone is trying to reach their potential? It seems like a no-brainer that everyone is trying to find their place in life or in society, but there are so many obstacles that barricade us from our self-actualization. 1.212 kata lagi

Two Books to read before your first Marathon

There are not many rites of passage in the modern world. Rites of passage have been used through the millennia by human cultures to initiate members of the clan from childhood to adulthood. 958 kata lagi

Podcast

Do you believe in miracles?

“We need to recognize that there is no age at which we lose our ability to be miracle workers,” writes  Darren Main in “Spiritual Journeys Along the Yellow Brick Road.”  Leave your comfort zone, he says, take risks and rediscover a sense of creativity and exploration – because in doing so, you can accomplish great things.

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Life

Environmental action and student environmental leaders: exploring the influence of environmental attitudes, locus of control, and sense of personal responsibility

Environmental action and student environmental leaders: exploring the influence of environmental attitudes, locus of control, and sense of personal responsibility

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Intent vs. Impact! Or, the Fundamental Attribution Error

“People are pretty much alike. It’s only that our differences are more susceptible to definition than our similarities.”  ~ Linda Ellerbee

This and next week, I’m taking my turn on the other side of the classroom, taking a 40-hour mediation training class, 8:30am-5:30am.

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Interpersonal Relationships

Conquer your fear

We are living our lives in fear. Fear of the internal and the external. We think that by working to remove the fear of the external, we can somehow beat the internal, but this behaviour is the equivalent to wallpapering over a live electric wire: it will always sting when we touch it even slightly. 255 kata lagi

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