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Being Unapologetically You

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I used to try really hard to be normal. Then I found out that being myself is a lot more fun–and a lot more captivating.

For most of us, the #1 thing holding us back is within us.

We all have critical inner voices (sometimes known as gremlins). The choice is: do you want to obey yours, or laugh at it?

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Have you ever had a goal, something that was really important to you, yet somehow not quite managed to achieve it? Maybe you even knew exactly what to do. Maybe you felt like you were putting everything you had into it. Yet, somehow that wasn’t enough to make it happen. This used to be the […]

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How to be far less flappable

You know how some people can change your mood, just by being around them? Some people spread happiness like grass seed. On the other hand, you might be feeling fine until you run into Mr. Pit of Despair. If you’re not careful, you can absorb his mood and feel like you’re wading through tar for […]

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2017: The Year of…?

One of my friends posted this meme on Facebook last week: After I laughed, I thought about it. What does it mean to be more or less single? Is that like being mostly dead or a little bit pregnant? How do you become more single? Am I more single than I was in 2015? And… […]

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The tree frog’s guide to self development

Last week, I went on a retreat in Puerto Rico. Our venue was perched on the edge of a cliff overlooking the ocean, and we were in the rain forest part of the island, so we had the sound of tree frogs lulling us to sleep each night. It was amazing. The whole time we […]

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Atlanta traffic, fear of failure, and finally being good enough

What are you afraid of? I’m not talking about things like spiders or snakes. I’m talking about your real fears. If people saw the things you’re trying to hide about yourself, what would they see? And what are you afraid would happen if they did? This is on my mind because I’ve spent the past […]