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Getting Things in Order

By Paul | Nov 22, 2022

Bob Dylan sang the lyrics, “Times they are a-changin'”

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Finding Gratitude in Simple Joys

By Paul | Nov 13, 2022

Are you missing the gratitude? Do you often find yourself feeling tired, spent, or even exhausted? Maybe you feel challenged to find balance and contentment. Human lives can get very complicated sometimes. However, it’s possible to discover some of the simpler joys in life to soothe your soul. Simple pleasures are all around you. You…

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Gratitude Song with Sign Language

By Paul | Oct 21, 2022

Here is a nice soothing song about Gratitude and Love. I really like that there is an interpreter signing for the hearing impaired! I hope you enjoy it too! If you liked this video, leave a comment and let me know what you enjoyed about it! Note: This post was previously posted and recently updated.

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6 Ways to Deal with Naysayers and Crush Your Goals

By Paul | Oct 12, 2022

Taking a leap of faith for yourself is an already daunting and challenging path. Naysayers or Negative Nancy only make the journey that much more difficult. You do not need their pessimism, nor do you have to deal with it. There are several ways to deal with these individuals so you can move past them…

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5 Tips to Help You Have More Energy When Socializing

By Paul | Oct 6, 2022

Extrovert or an introvert? Some people are actually really good and natural with social connections and some people just don’t. However, even if you are not an introvert, occasionally social situations can be exhausting. The issue is that you do need to perform at your best during these conversations. Consider the last time you participated…

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5 Easy Steps to Start Visualizing Your Success Today

By Paul | Sep 29, 2022

You may not realize it, but you are already a powerful visualizer. You probably spend a lot of time imagining your life, but chances are you’re more focused on worry and anxiety than on making success your reality. How often do you think about that presentation or that date and imagine the worst possible outcome?…

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Using Creativity To Problem Solve At Work

By Paul | Sep 22, 2022

The problem comes for everyone in life and at work. Being in the midst of an issue without a solution can be stressful. Most problems can be resolved, though, if you know when, when, how, and what to look for. Finding creative solutions to challenges involves considering the topic from multiple angles. Although it’s a…

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Useful Tricks to Improve Creative Thinking

By Paul | Sep 15, 2022

You could occasionally feel weak in imagination. Your lack of creativity may be caused by a variety of factors. It’s possible that because you haven’t been consistently exercising your creative muscles, they have concealed themselves. You can utilize a variety of techniques to enhance your creative thinking. Creating routines, you follow frequently and habitually is…

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Things To Avoid If You Want To Think Creatively

By Paul | Sep 8, 2022

We’re all occupied. Everybody’s life is too crowded to avoid being busy. We squeeze too many meetings into our days, have overflowing email inboxes, and spend hours trying to keep up with social media. But being busy just indicates that our priorities aren’t in order. Furthermore, when we are busy, our creativity diminishes. When we…

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The 5 Steps In The Creative Process

By Paul | Sep 1, 2022

You can be surprised by how practical and straightforward creative works are when you study them. You might be curious as to how the concept was developed. What applications can you make of that creative process in your life and work? It’s not magic to be creative. It combines imitation, influence, and your own interpretation.…

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The Four Agreements

Gratitude Comment

By Paul | Aug 30, 2022

There is simplicity in life – I think we try to make it too complicated. I have recently started to list 1,001 things that bring me more gratitude. I have found that the list comprises of everyday things, not “Big Ticket items.” When you stop taking things for granted, your life becomes more enjoyable!

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How to Make Networking Events Less Stressful

By Paul | Aug 26, 2022

Can you think of anyone you know who actively seeks out networking opportunities? If you’re an introvert, this may seem unbearably awkward and uncomfortable for you. You recognize, however, the importance of networking to your professional success, whether your goal is to advance your current position or to launch a new venture. Developing strong networking…

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10 Ways to Develop Creativity

By Paul | Aug 25, 2022

We all use creativity, although many think they lack it. However, one may train their creative thinking. Practice is the key to success in this pursuit. You will develop a natural ability to be creative to a greater extent the more frequently you engage in activities that exercise your creative muscles. Building your creative muscles…

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How do you think you would do?

By Paul | Aug 22, 2022

I am currently watching Alone: Frozen – Episode 2 – have you seen it? Have you seen the Alone series? It’s amazing. I highly recommend it. ALONE: FROZEN drops 6 of ALONE’s strongest participants onto the frigid North Atlantic Coast as winter sets in. With just a few supplies and their previous experience, the survivalists…

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