One battle at a time

Aug 24

    Often, people tell me, “I want to change my life, I want to change my career, I want to make more money, I want to lose weight, I want to feel more confident, “ etc.  Then I watch them rob themselves of any chance at all to get anything that they want in their lives. If you want to win at life, win at your war: go after one battle/pursuit at a...

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Life is not always fair

Aug 20

If you are feeling bad because someone mistreated you, someone misunderstood you, you gave and they did not return the same, etc., don’t waste any more of your time dwelling in that useless place.  Move away from that place of emotion; divorce from the thoughts immediately and turn your focus in a whole other direction.  If you don’t you, are wasting your...

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Life is not for the weak

Aug 18

My heart broke today.  I said goodbye to a man that I had been seeing.  As much as it hurt my heart when it happened, it didn’t take too long to realize that it was the right thing. Heartaches are a part of life.  Pain is not to be feared.  Whether in romance or in the pursuit of one’s personal legend.  A hero’s journey will have many challenges to...

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Be selfish!

Aug 09

To be a true giver, you have to know how to be in habitual practice of giving to yourself first. Most people give to others from a position of lacking.  They give with a feeling of obligation, or with a notion or belief that their gift will be returned, and they often give when they cannot afford to give.  When they do this, they become weaker as a result of...

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Fearless living

Aug 01

I have been thinking about this for a while now. I spent months regretting having wasted a little more than two years of my life recently. But the truth is that I have wasted parts of my life throughout my life, even before the two strange years of my recent past. I have wasted a lot of my life by fearing, spending time fearing, and then succoming to my fears, being...

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A Vindication of the rights of Mary Shelley

Jul 24

Losing her loved ones started on the 10th day of Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin Shelley’s life.  Today, most people do not remember her work for her.  Most don’t know that she was only eighteen when she wrote the famous Frankenstein.  She was one of three contemporaries, Lord Byron, Percy Shelley, and Mary Shelley.  Lord Byron and Percy Shelley went on...

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Fail gloriously!

Jul 23

I taught my first class at my new learning center Monday night.  There was a student there that challenged my qualifications from the beginning of the class, and this threw me off balance.  It was a two hour class, and I did manage to recuperate and teach for the most part, and I think in the end even that particular student came around and became appreciative of...

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