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Ten Ways Stress Relief is Closer Than You Think

Stress is an undeniable—and even vital (in moderation)—part of life. Whether it stems from a pressing deadline at work, uncertainty at home, or constantly comparing yourself to other people’s “snapshots of perfection” on your social media feeds, life is full of stressors. You know too much stress is bad for you. But if you think […]
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Why (and How) to Celebrate Personal Development Milestones

“I celebrate myself, and sing myself…” – Walt Whitman, Song of Myself Human beings have always had rituals to commemorate important communal events, major life events, and even the passage of time itself. Marking milestones in your personal development should be no different. Making a “big deal” of your accomplishments helps to cement the significance […]
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Three Areas of Your Hero Life that Need a Regular Check-Up

If you are a regular reader of this blog, then you should already have a clear idea of what being a hero entails. Above all, what we are concerned with here is the adoption of certain key characteristics. Mostly it is a matter of developing the proper mindset necessary to become an everyday hero in […]
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Why You Need Gratitude, Not The Guru

Gratitude. It’s trendy now. It’s a buzzword on the lips of many a motivational speaker, life coach, and self-help personality. Heck, I talk about it all the time, too. I think it’s a great habit to adopt. But I also know gratitude is in danger of becoming a cliche. We’re being bombarded by the idea. Overexposure to people pushing […]
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