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10 Creative Ways to Express Gratitude

Thank you

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“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.” ~William Arthur Ward

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Choose to Shine: Your Smile Is More Powerful Than You Think

Beautiful black girl with her chalked drawing

“Shine like the whole Universe is yours.” ~Rumi

I had a revolutionary experience at a grocery store. Yes, a grocery store. I’ll never forget that day.

I believe that some of the most mundane and unimportant places I’ve visited have …

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Kevin Hancock: Finding Center

The Self Improvement Blog

Imagine being the head of a busy company with over 400 employees—and losing your voice. Not just losing your voice

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Thirty-Three

After traveling on an all-night flight where I stayed up for hours, only sleeping 90 minutes or so in the final portion before landing, I landed in Bangkok. I hadn’t been to Thailand in years!

It was genuinely good to be back. There’s something strange and bittersweet to be here, but I can hold both feelings simultaneously.

I was in town for two days, and I spent both afternoons working from the coffee shop in Terminal 21, a big shopping mall across the street from my hotel. I was in a jet lagged haze per usual, but it took me a few minutes to realize what else was wrong. Finally it hit me: Bangkok was a place I’d thought about bringing Ken on the big trip we never took.

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On September 11th We Remember . . .

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Another anniversary of 9/11. Who can forget? I remember exactly what I was doing. I turned on the TV first

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The Five A’s of Happiness

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In our Declaration of Independence it is written that we have the God-given right to pursue happiness (please note that it says we have the right to pursue it but does not guarantee that we will find it). We all seek happiness and we look for it in all kinds of places –– sports, entertainment, sex, food, therapy, relationships – and we are often disappointed when we don’t find it there

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A Surprising Way to Let Go of Painful Feelings and the Past

“We do not heal the past by dwelling there; we heal the past by living fully in the present.” ~Marianne Williamson

I’ve struggled with it.

Letting go, I mean. I’ve struggled with moving on from my past. I’ve struggled with …

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If Your Vision Isn’t Being Understood, Never Hesitate to Change Your Tactics

From Mike Birbiglia’s “6 Tips for Making it Small in Hollywood”:

"I once heard an interview where Ron Howard said that he tests the rough cuts of his movies with a ton of audiences. He doesn’t do it to be told what the movie’s vision should be, but to understand whether his vision is coming across. If not, he makes changes. Your vision is not being conveyed a majority of the time."

This relates to some other things I’ve been thinking recently.

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The Self-Analysis Trap: Stop Dissecting Your Every Thought and Action

Monkey Mind

“Explanation separates us from astonishment, which is the only gateway to the incomprehensible.” ~Eugene Ionesco

We are taught from a very young age that it is our responsibility to reflect on the motives behind our actions and behaviors. From the …

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Cutting Edge Technology for Self Improvement

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Last week Luca Bosurgi was my radio show guest and we talked about his new cutting-edge, virtual reality program based

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