Tag: change


Actions Speak Louder Than Complaints

“We need to take out the trash.” “Can someone do the laundry?” “Somebody needs to get a floor broom soon.” These are the types of statements that can come when living with others in a home. But have they ever lead to anything meaningful? Oftentimes it is simply a shared proclamation that leads to little […]


Stop Depriving Others Of Your Best Self

How do we grab someone’s attention? It’s what we want. For people to see us, listen to us, and treat our ideas with respect. So imagine if you’re giving a speech on a topic you’re most passionate about and you notice someone sitting down on their phone. Or, perhaps more likely, you’re at a party […]


Breaking In The Habit

Habits are a tricky thing to build. And one can find it difficult to incorporate lifestyle changes they want to make in that complexity. Take, for example, the effort that goes into working out daily. One needs to find the time and motivation to travel to a gym, learn and implement exercise routines, and ensure […]


Stop Defining Your Goals and Start Identifying Your Identity

“He who has a why to live can bear almost any how” – Friedrich Nietzsche When I was younger, one of the toughest things for me was trying to start an exercise routine. I’d keep telling myself this time I would do it. That I’d commit to exercising an hour a day and getting on […]

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