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How to Feel More in Control When Life Gets Overwhelming

“When it is obvious that the goals cannot be reached, don’t adjust the goals, adjust the action steps.” ~Confucius

I’m in the middle of a career transition and it hasn’t been easy. For the first few months after quitting my …

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Are You Wasting Your Time?

“Life is what happens while we’re busy worrying about everything we need to change or accomplish. Slow down, get mindful, and try to enjoy the moment. This moment is your life.” ~Lori Deschene

I was on my way to work. …

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How Doing Less Can Help You Have More of What Matters

“Clarity about what matters provides clarity about what does not.” ~Cal Newport

Our culture celebrates the image of being able to get it all done. Having it all. Juggling work and life, while being a massive success at both. Having …

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No Piece of Advice Is Right for Everyone, at All Times

“The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in the mind at the same time, and still retain ability to function.” ~F. Scott Fitzgerald

Ever been inspired by a quote or an article you …

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How I Stopped Feeling Guilty About Doing What’s Best for Me

“A good rule of thumb is that any environment that consistently leaves you feeling bad about who you are is the wrong environment.” ~Laurie Helgoe

Do you ever worry that if you fulfill your needs you will disappoint others? Do …

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Building Self-Confidence in the Workplace

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Building Self-confidence

Self-confidence is an important skill in any workplace. While surgeons and lawyers may rely on their self-confidence more than those working in other professions, a healthy level of confidence is attractive to employers, customers, and coworkers. Having so much self-confidence that it leads to hubris is obviously not a desirable trait, but having an appropriate […]

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3 Things the Dying Taught Me About Living Well

“Don’t be afraid of death; be afraid of an unlived life. You don’t have to live forever; you just have to live.” ~Natalie Babbitt

I am a hospice chaplain.

I provide spiritual care to the dying and their families.

I …

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12 Steps: a spiritual journey or a religious cult?

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12 Steps

 and The 12 Steps is a practical program designed to help those suffering from addiction in achieving sobriety and was written by a founding father of AA. One of the more common misconceptions of AA is that it is a religious cult and whilst its origins are in religious organizations its evolution was in part to […]

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5 Diet Tips To Help You Stick With It Till The End

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diet tips

Diet may possibly hold the record of a promise being repeatedly broken by many individuals from all around the world. Don’t worry, you are not alone. It’s admittedly difficult to maintain a strictly healthy diet when the alternative is, well, eating whatever you want. However, at the end of the day, you look back on […]

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Pets As A Way to Cope With Stress

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pets

Pets play an enormous role in our lives, and it is vital to understand the importance of their presence. Generally, when thinking of ways to relieve stress, there are a few things that pop into people’s minds. Things like yoga or meditation are what people first think of as stress relievers. However, people very often […]

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