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Feeling Guilty about Self Care

I asked a question on Instagram the other day to my fellow brothers, “How do you practice self care in your daily life?” I didn’t expect anyone to answer. My assumption is we are mostly ignorant to what “self care” really means. Women are much more enlightened and have

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Why is Mindset Work so Hard?

Mindset is the lens with which you see through the world. Working on mindset means we’re switching out the lenses, embracing the blurry, disjointed experience of adjusting to a new way of seeing the world. That blurriness is the pain of unlearning ideas you worked so hard to put

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Mindset Matters Most

From the person who is just starting to understand their gifts and passions to the highest performing executive or creator, it’s all about mindset. It’s the lens with which you see your world. When people have actionable steps without the mindset, it’s blind or it’s kind

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Regrets of the Dying

Bronnie Ware worked in palliative for many years, taking care of patients in the last three to twelve weeks of their lives. She made a list of five regrets of the dying collected from conversations she’d have with her patients. 1. I wish I’d had the courage to

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So Now What’s Next?

We all want reassurance. I’ve heard anxiety defined as experiencing something bad that hasn’t happened yet. Who wouldn’t want to be told everything will be ok? Around this time as I look towards the new year, I’ve always had this sinking feeling of whether or not

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How Are You Keeping Score?

What are the metrics you are going by? For 50 years, it was based on one thing: a dollar number. A number that told us everything was ok as long as that number kept on rising. The problem is, it only went up for some people. From 1948 to 1973,

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The Hard Unsellable Process of Decomplication

The phenomenon of artificial complexity is "when a simple solution is made more complex to appeal to someone’s lack of willpower, past failures, or to benefit someone who is selling something.” We’ve been told artificially complex solutions all our lives. It's all around us and once you see