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personal growth

Are you looking to attract your soulmate, but it just doesn't seem to be happening? Or do you keep attracting people who
In my life, I have cycled nearly 30,000 km throughout the world and have always worked along the way.
Have you ever hit rock bottom? Or maybe you feel like you're there right now? I've been there. I know that feeling. I know
In life, do you choose to take the road everyone has taken, or do you choose the path that is best for you? It might be tempting to choose what everyone has done, especially if it seemed to work for them. But is that what truly works for you?
If parents and schools make it too easy for young people to shirk their work, it's unlikely that these youth will ever be willing or able to do what's necessary, in order to excel in their training or in their future jobs. If a young person has had helicopter parenting and/or has graduated from a college that coddled them, how can they overcome these disadvantages and achieve success in the workplace? It's simple, if not easy. They have to learn the attitudes and skills that will make it possible for them to succeed.
A fairytale may be pretty and perfect and have a "happy" ending, but it is not real. It is healthy to have fantasies, to use your imagination to create visions for the future, but those exceptional moments that offer opportunity and require movement, only exist in the real world.
In working with people for over 25 years, I've identified five styles of human interaction. What do I mean by five styles of interaction? I'm describing the ways that people relate to one-another based on what's driving them internally and how much awareness they're bringing to their relationships.
Totally disconnecting from technology for hours at a time while reconnecting to nature empowers you to open up space for ideas to flow freely. Ideas that would normally get clogged up in the brain clutter of online life. This is what it takes to tap into something greater; to tap into your highest potential.
If you're like me, you've spent hours using your "marketing brain" to make business decisions. Weighing pros and cons, debating