The Habit of “I have”

All of our suffering (except for physical pain) comes from identification. Identifying ourselves with something. The identification makes us so attached to who we tell ourselves we are, that if any of that diminishes or falls away, we go into suffering. We feel so attached to these beliefs of who we are that we feel like we lose (part of) ourselves, should we lose any of them.

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From Good To Great

It’s the age-old struggle between generalists and specialists. Which one is better? Is it better to be mediocre to good at a lot of things, or exceptional at one thing? In the end, it is all about your goals and continuous improvement.

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Taking the Blame versus Taking Responsibility

We often get blame and responsibility mixed up, which leads to a very disempowering belief: “if we take responsibility for something, we also admit that we are to blame for it.” This is, of course, not always true, but more importantly, it’s irrelevant.

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One Thought at a Time

Did you know our minds can only have one thought at a time? Even when we think we are thinking of multiple things at once, it’s just one thought after another. These thoughts come so fast and succeed each other so smoothly that it can seem like it's just one big thought. How we can use this fact to our advantage will become apparent when we look at negative thoughts.

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How to Enjoy Your Time in Traffic

Are you tired of feeling irritated standing in barely moving rows of cars every day? Tired of getting annoyed by someone cutting you off? Tired of feeling like you're pouring hours a week down the drain on your commute? Or are you just generally tired of wasting time in traffic no matter what the circumstances? Then I might just have a useful suggestion for you.

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Purpose; My First Blog Post…

Language, words, communication have always been a part of me, no matter what stage of my life I was in. However, I also realized I never made a conscious choice about this. It was just there

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