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Dorothea Brande's "Formula for Success": The Will to Fail Revisited

At the onset of this Writer’s March Challenge, I wrote about Dorothea Brande and the “Will to Fail,” a concept based on Nietzsche’s “Will to Power” that seeks to name the human propensity towards self sabotage.   975 more words

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Lifestyle: Growing Goals with God

With spring’s arrival, I look back to the start of the year to evaluate my progress through the first quarter. Not only am I analytical, but also I am driven. 790 more words


The Right Way to Set Goals and Actually Achieve Them

Have you ever set goals for yourself and then completely dropped the ball only a short while later? Think about the New Year: at the end of December, we make all kinds of promises to ourselves about the goals we want to accomplish or the things we want to change – maybe you invest in some tools to help us reach our goals: you buy a gym membership, a new pair of running shoes, or maybe you sign up for a class to learn a new skill. 1,260 more words

Achieving Goals

Transform Your Life Project 2.0: Week #12

Hello My Dear Darling Friends!

Happy Spring!!!  This is a beautiful season of change and I am embracing many positive changes in my life.

It took a while and many cat naps to recover from our speedy road trip adventure: 407 more words

Recover from Your Nervous Breakdown Pt. 4

Once we have regained our strength and (relative) peace of mind, it’s time to get to work on ourselves. A nervous breakdown is just that—broken pieces of our lives. 947 more words


How to find time to work on your project

How much time can you spend on your project in a typical week? Be honest!

The majority of people who I speak to are creating their project around maintaining a full-time job and this can be very challenging. 453 more words

Managing Time

You've set your deathbed goals; what's next?

A little while ago, I shared with you my backwards step to creating your own vision for your life. I had you envision yourself in the final stage of life, looking back and thinking about the things that you’d done that really mattered to you. 1,046 more words