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The medicinal value of rational thinking

I always assumed that feelings had intrinsic value, so I often took them seriously without much evaluation.  Over the years this led to bouts of significant irrational anxiety and less than accurate beliefs about the world around me. 354 more words

What is  EQ?

Something happens. It registers in your brain. Processing occurs. You think. You act. Simple, right? Not a chance. Not even close. That five-step process involves the processing of far more stimuli, memory retrieval, contingency planning, and emotional processing than any computer in existence can accomplish in the same period of time. 1,098 more words

Leading Others

21 Days of Change: #10 Exercise Patience

I will explain the importance of patience to success, leadership, and personal growth from my own experiences.  In an earlier blog I wrote about the concept of “Persistently Patient.”  It was an interesting choice of words juxtaposed against one another that unveiled a very unique concept. 770 more words

21 Days Of Change

Is our journey home, already our home?

Lennon, the clever one who created all of that wonderful music of the 60’s and 70’s wrote; life is what happens to you whilst you are making other plans… 245 more words

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Spiritual Makeover: 14 Steps To A Transformed Life You'll Never Regret

A very important aspect of a healthy being [body, soul and spirit] is having a healthy mind. This includes all of your daily thoughts, attitude towards life and your responsiveness to situations and circumstances that you face on a daily basis. 1,087 more words



It happens now and then and please don’t pretend it doesn’t. You know; that irrational behavior that doesn’t sneak up on you but attacks you dead on? 765 more words