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Commitment Is The Key To Everything You Want In Life

This is to all the people who said “I tried it and it didn’t work .” … Too me. One meditation won’t give you lasting peace or help you know yourself. One stay to a therapist won’t heal your sadnes. One epiphany won’t modify your life. I’m sorry to break the news to you, but […]

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21 Tiny Stories For Those Who Have Lost Their Motivation

This morning I didn’t feel like doing anything. It’s a combination of exhaustion from a few cases days of hard work and preparation for a group coaching event we’re hosting for our Getting Back to Happy Course students, and a lack of sleep with a sick 7-year-old in the house. I couldn’t motivate myself to […]

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Writing Your First Novel: How to Fix an (Accidentally) Autobiographical Novel

Some of you may be participating in our 100 Day Book program, writing your first novel on your own, or kicking around the idea of starting that manuscript. Writing your first tale is hard. It’s a struggle. It’s a learning process. And it’s often autobiographical, even though they are you don’t signify it to be. […]

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New Beginnings Are Often Disguised As Painful Endings

We are so conditioned to celebrate the brand-new, but what about celebrating what we are stepping away from, even though it feels uncomfortable or there is a part of us not ready to let go? Whenever I’m going through a tough time in my life, I have the tendency to want to hide away and […]

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Breast cancer screening is likely to be harmful after age 75

To increase acute maintenance capacity during the COVID-1 9 pandemic, infirmaries have suspended elective surgical procedures, and family medicine rehearsals have adjourned sees for preventive care and monitoring of stable chronic diseases – particularly in cases older than 70 years, whose danger of developing serious illness from SARS-CoV-2 contracted in a health care setting likely […]