Stories of Encouragement

The Most Important Question You May Overlook, Our First Survey

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The Most Important Question You May Overlook, Our First Survey

Life is in the little moments so it’s great when they offer up pleasant surprises. Here’s one that caught my attention.   

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How to Be Thrilled and Thrilling

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How to Be Thrilled and Thrilling

I recently watched an interview with Katherine Hepburn by Dick Cavett from 1973. I'm a fan of the actress and enjoy her films, particularly those with Spencer Tracy. (Adam's Rib is the best of their movies, but my absolute favorite is Guess Who's Coming to Dinner.)

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8 Ways to Feel Better Right Now

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8 Ways to Feel Better Right Now

Sometimes instant gratification just isn't fast enough. That desire for speed never seems more essential than when we get sideswiped by stress.

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Do You Want To Make Progress, Change How You Measure It

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Do You Want To Make Progress, Change How You Measure It

The good news about aging (yes, there are positives) is that we have less time. It might sound contradictory, but knowing we have fewer days on the planet can help us reconsider their value.

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How to Be Objective, Identify Fact From Opinion, Lesson From Ignaz Semmelweis

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How to Be Objective, Identify Fact From Opinion, Lesson From Ignaz Semmelweis

Do you approach your problems with a calm and impartial assessment, or are you more of a mood-driven mess? If you feel stuck by limiting and biased beliefs that trap you from weighing facts, read on and glean encouragement from the story of Ignaz Semmelweis. Deciphering fact from opinion enables you to tackle your life challenges more objectively. 

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