Category Archives: 02 Personal Growth

7 Cures For The 7 Common Causes Of Procrastination

A QUICK PREAMBLE: Don’t panic, the common causes of procrastination, those frozen moments of total indecision, are not as many, varied or complex as a lot of people would have you believe them to be. And it certainly isn’t difficult to address those causes either. Why do it today when you can do it tomorrow, right? Then […]

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The 6 Simplest But Most Powerful Positivity Boosters

 A QUICK PREAMBLE: I don’t care what anybody says or thinks, powerful positivity boosters are key to understanding that our world, our life, IS a beautiful thing, a GIFT that we should not/must not waste, squander or destroy because of all the negativity that’s either in our lives or constantly bombarding us from all directions – in abundance, it […]

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Whatever Doesn’t Kill You Had Better Start Running

A QUICK PREAMBLE: This well known phrase – which i generally found quite irksome as a much younger, much more impatient, more “pre-human” form of my later self, eventually became known to me as the perfect definition of our old friend (and enemy for some) “Adversity”: “What Doesn’t Kill Me Will Only Make Me Stronger” However and anyhoo, i recently came upon an another phrase, […]

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The Importance Of Going With Your Gut And Using Your Intuition

A QUICK PREAMBLE: You’ve heard of a “woman’s intuition”, right..? First, it really does exist, and second, and as a matter of fact, it isn’t just women (sorry ’bout that ladies) that understand the importance of ‘going with your gut’. Men and even kids experience it and use it on a pretty regular basis too. So, in essence we all use […]

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Are You Being A Sheepdog Or Just Another One Of The Sheep?

A QUICK PREAMBLE: The ‘being a sheepdog’ analogy perfectly suits the question: are you steadfast in your unique beliefs and actions or just another head-in-the-grass sheep? I’m admitting right up front that for the sake of asking and answering this question, i’m definitely taking a somewhat large, but totally respectful, liberty with Lt. Col Dave Grossman’s brilliant analogy […]

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