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Why I Stopped Trying To Be Better

Why I Stopped Trying To Be Better

I found myself on Facebook one morning and though it has been blatantly obvious for a long time, I couldn’t help to notice the over abundance of posts about how to get better at something.

It looked like this: “How to succeed better, how to meet your goals better, how to have a better relationship, how to lose weight better”

There was so much bettering (my word) on that page, it literally made me feel sick. How much time do we spend wasting on trying to be better? In that moment I decided to take the word better out of my [...]

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Achieving Happiness By Challenging Limitations

Achieving Happiness By Challenging Limitations

     In recent blogs, I’ve discussed the idea of turtle steps with my readers. Turtle steps is the idea of breaking your goals into very small “doable” achievable pieces. Pieces so small they are easy to accomplish, but each step leads to a very big goal getting completed. Some of my clients have resistance to this idea, they want it all and they want it very quickly. When the “all” doesn’t happen quickly, they are frustrated.

     Last week I had the pleasure of hearing Penelope Przekop discuss her book “Aberrations”. I read the book and found it to be not [...]

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