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Joy switch

I can’t even begin to tell you how exciting a rehearsal session can be. It’s like therapy for me and I relied on this a lot while I was in school. 436 more words

Life Lessons

How to Teach Independence

As a coach one of the things I believe everyone needs is independence. Even though I know we never accomplish anything on our own and we have help along the way there has to be that independent spirit there to say I can do this. 829 more words

Personal Development

Sunday Quote, 9/24/17


Sunday Reflection Quote…The life journey is unique. What is pedestrian for one, may be exciting for another. What is benign for one, may be devastating. Yes perspective is key; however, in the moment of the moment one’s experience is real and not to be diminished. 54 more words

Psychology

Traditions Are Made To be Broken

Yes, times change and the rules that protected, made and bound us are not always relevant.

Whatever the reason it is important to have a questioning mind. 576 more words

Personal Development

The Law of 33% (3 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Sam Sanderson

Founder & Owner of: Simplistic Success

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Business, Entrepreneur and Successful Living Writer

In essence, this law says that 33% of your time should be split up evenly between 3 different groups of people. 474 more words

Millionaire's Digest

Who Do You Surround Yourself With

“You’re the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” ~Jim Rohm

What an amazing day I experienced yesterday.

In addition to hanging with some amazing friends I work with regularly in self growth and collaborating together to reach big goals and visions for ourselves and those around us, I had the opportunity to meet some new extremely motivating and inspiring people.   438 more words

Even More Heart Poems Captured From Dreams

“Unless we are fully committed to our dreams, we will never bring them into being.”

This latest volume of ‘heart poems captured from dreams… 384 more words

Brian Groves