Tag: teaching

See It, NO, REALLY SEE IT!

Some bad habits don’t die easy. The consistency that it takes to put them away for good is something that has to be continuously fought for. Especially as it pertains to mental and emotional blocks. When you have trained yourself to constantly see the worst case scenario as the most likely outcome. You tend to

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Growth Takes Time

Early mornings are a part of life I Love. Especially when I wake up well rested and refreshed. I will often stand in the driveway and enjoy the absence of unnatural sounds and all the moving about that tends to begin only moments later. There’s only the peek of the sun. The lively singing of

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The Busy Trap

Have you ever had those stints where you feel like you’ve been so busy and when it’s all said and done it feels like there’s not much to show for it? Well that’s a hurdle I have just recently had to get over. I have to really monitor my comings, goings and doings to make

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Asking and Giving

There are two things that I’m getting better at, and they are making a huge difference in my progress. You know, in my quest to build my first profitable business everyday seems to bring some new understanding whether it be practical knowledge or some tidbit of  wisdom. I would just like to take a brief

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The Principle of Exchange

“Wherever he steps, whatever he touches, whatever he leaves, even unconsciously, will serve as a silent witness against him. Not only his fingerprints or his footprints, but his hair, the fibers from his clothes, the glass he breaks, the tool mark he leaves, the paint he scratches, the blood or semen he deposits or collects.

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Smiles Are Like Trophies

This is a post about us allowing ourselves to be comfortable with our happiness. This is something I have been dealing with a lot lately. Many of us have our past. That past is full of many joys and great memories but that’s not all. For some there’s also this burden of bad choices, mistakes,

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The Balancing Act

I begin this post late late into Wednesday evening after spending a great deal of time working on a computer and using various kinds of other technology so there is a great deal of irony in everything that follows. The world has changed so much since I was a child. It’s hard to imagine that

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