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How to Develop Positive Thinking – 5 Steps

5 Ways to Develop Positive Thinking How is your day going? Is it one of those blah days when you wish you could say something more than a mumbled ‘fine’ when asked ‘how are you?’ Everything isn’t fine, but you know that is the proper response. What if you could actually say ‘fine’ and mean …

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7 Tips to Defeat Imposter Syndrome

Who am I write a blog? What makes me think I have anything someone else wants to hear? Write a book? People will look at my name on the author line and say ‘who does she think she is writing a book?’ What if I go to that networking meeting and people find out I …

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Expand Your Comfort Zone in 6 Steps

Most of us avoid discomfort at all costs. It’s the biggest limiting factor for most people. If you could handle discomfort better, you would never procrastinate, never quit a diet, exercise every day, and complete everything you ever wanted to accomplish. You would most likely live a much more exciting life. Follow this process to …

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Steps to Thinking Positively in Difficult Moments

Sometimes it’s hard to look on the bright side even when things are going fairly well. When you’re going through tough times, gaining the “glass is half full” mentality can be a feat in itself! Don’t Get Overwhelmed When you’re in the middle of a stressful situation, it’s important to disallow over-anxious and over-analyzed thoughts. …

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Defining FEAR: a Journal Prompt

Scrolling through social media, listening to news reports, many are feeling fearful. What is fear? Some define it as: * False Evidence Appearing Real * Forgetting Everything is All Right * Future Events Already Ruined What do you fear? How do you respond to fear? What effect does fear have on you? This week’s journal …

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