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Jan, 2016

How to Manage Being Double-Minded

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The reason you have second thoughts is because you have two brains—a left and a right brain. You “hear” thoughts bouncing around in both brains. These thoughts are usually juxtaposed. Your right brain, the more emotional of the two, is easily exceeded. It frolics in the light of something new. While your right brain is off in Never Never Land, your left brain fires back with, “Yeah, but seriously, you know Never Never Land doesn’t really exist, right?” Your L-brain is where you store your core beliefs. The logic of […]

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Jan, 2016

Three Easy Tricks to Create a Better Year

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How many times have you said, “Next year, I’ll do better!”? Guess what. Next year is now! If you keep doing the same things, you’ll find yourself saying the same thing at the end of this year. Check out these three easy tricks that can help you create a better year than the last, and any year before that: Choose your non-negotiable. Most of us have several areas in our lives that need work. Trying to tackle everything at once leads to an overload and a quick burnout. Instead, choose […]

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Jan, 2016

Two Reasons Not to Choose A Resolution

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Your brain knows what you’re up to. Telling yourself that you are starting a New Year’s resolution is like telling your brain, “Okay, this is that time of the year again—do your best, just like you did last year!” You are unique in many ways but one. Like the rest of us, you are a creature of habit. Chances are, you’ve programmed your brain to react to the phrase New Year’s resolution with a familiar algorithm: First, there is nervous anticipation •Second, you become forgetful—but you feel guilty about it […]

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Jan, 2016

12 Steps to Overcoming Forgiver’s Remorse

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You’ve heard of buyer’s remorse, right? Well, forgiver’s remorse is similar, in that it is the feeling of regret you get after forgiving someone who has, in some way, caused you harm or pain. Forgiver’s remorse is normal, and can be managed. Here’s how: Keep in mind that forgiveness is a decision and not a feeling. Make sure your forgiveness is genuine. When you forgive to get someone else to say, “I’m sorry, too.” forgiver’s remorse will set in. Stay aware of the fact that you are able to forgive […]

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