Stale Beliefs (Part 3: Addressing)

Stale Beliefs (Part 3: Addressing)

Stale beliefs cause bad habits, unhappiness, depression, anger, and exposure to negative environments or unsafe people. Energy is wasted to sustain stale beliefs. By identifying and addressing them, you free up time and energy to learn, grow, and evolve. Continue reading

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Stale Beliefs (Part 2: Identifying)

Stale Beliefs (Part 2: Identifying)

Stale beliefs are outdated, unnecessary, and make it difficult to improve, grow, and evolve. By identifying stale beliefs, you can alter or eliminate them. Continue reading

The Stories We Tell

The Stories We Tell

The Stories We Tell

We all have a story, a way in which we describe ourselves to others. This story—our self-definition—reveals how a we see ourselves and how we want others to see us. There is as much information in what we say as is in what we don’t. Closely observed, we can learn a lot about someone when they tell us their story. Continue reading