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The Maze of Opportunity Toward Your Goals

When we set goals, we try and navigate our way to them like a maze. In this maze of progress, we are met with a mixture of all types of interesting people, opportunities, insights, and obstacles along the way. When done right, any path, toward any goal, reaps a variety

The Maze of Opportunity Toward Your Goals
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Life By Invitation

No one is successful alone. Everyone is interconnected and interrelated. The majority of our modern lives are supported by others. The grocery store is a cornucopia of interconnected supply chains, deliveries, crops grown...It's only now that it's breaking down that we're seeing how much comes together to make our

Life By Invitation
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Help for the ADD Founder & Creator

It is a strange irony that some of the most creative and innovative founders and creators with the most ideas, also struggle with motivation and getting things done. The following might be familiar if you're a Founder/Creator who has ADD/ADHD, diagnosed or not. (And of course, I'm not

Help for the ADD Founder & Creator
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3 Doorways: Work, Connection, World

When we’re caught in confusion, in debating or worrying, our focus and energy have shifted inward. Because we're struggling, we begin to look to the outside world for validation. We look for the signals that tell us we're ok, or that we're going to have good fortune. This process

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What Happens when Fear Changes to Motivation?

So my question to you – if you grant me this analogy, is what games are you *choosing* to play?

What Happens when Fear Changes to Motivation?
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The Paradox of Our Deepest Problems

Individually we are stuck in our old patterns. we have developed a set of habits that gives us the same output – and they persist in the way they play out in our minds every day. This is what being stuck means –we continue to get the same output despite our

The Paradox of Our Deepest Problems
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Questions Frame Action

I was out to dinner for my girlfriends birthday at wine shop that's a few blocks walk from our place. We grabbed a seat out on the patio. Browsing the miscellaneous charcuterie, a waiter approached our table. "Hey, welcome, can I get you started with the house red or the

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Three Types of Emotional Wellbeing

1. Personal History – You learn from yourself and from your experiences. You start to realize that difficult times come and go, and so do the successes. That things don’t last, and that’s all part of the experience. When you learn from your own experiences, you get a sturdy

Three Types of Emotional Wellbeing
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Advancing in Cycles

I remember reading Catcher in the Rye in High School and having one specific line stand out. It was about a student who just seemed to float through high school, while everyone else struggled… it was like they were flying forward with ease. As if somehow this teenager was immune

Advancing in Cycles
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Life is a Garden

There is a difference in the quality of your day when you are proactive instead of reactive. When you're proactive, you realize that you can make time, in the literal sense. And when you're reactive, there is never enough time because you are too frozen to fully act on anything