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Do we spend our lives trying to validate ourselves or to develop ourselves? The answer could very well explain why mediocrity might outweigh meaning in our lives, or why the super talented may not reach their full potential.
At the blog Heroes not Zombies by Bob Leckridge, he writes a post, “Two mindsets - Fixed [...]

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In the past, I have performed chest compressions during a medical scene as an EMT, fought a house fire from atop a ladder, and taught people of all ages the martial arts, so it takes a lot to move me. This week I have been absolutely amazed 1) to have goosebump-producing words wake up my [...]

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I love this kind of Colorado sunset. Fortunately, it’s not a rare event where I live. (This photo is taken from my front yard.) The fire in the sky comes at dusk quite often. Lovely shades of red, orange, pink play across the heavens to bid the sun goodbye and the night hello.
I have seen [...]

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Time to wrap up my series on Building Confidence by Overcoming Insecurity. I wrote the series to arm you with insights and action items to help you conquer insecurity and its root causes so you could begin the positive changes necessary to become the more confident and poised person you always wanted to be.
May you [...]

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Think back if you will to a time you felt the most supported and loved. It doesn’t matter where or when, or if it was a real moment in time or imagined.

How did it feel to be so accepted for who and what you are?
Where you able to breathe easier and relax your muscles and [...]

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