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2 Mar

How To Slay Your Dragons

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“That which you most want to find will be found where you least want to look.”[1] Think About Your Thinking Most people cruise through their days more-or-less on autopilot. If you take yourself off autopilot and begin to really think about what’s occupying your thoughts it can be eye-opening. Research psychologists call this metacognition, which […]

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3 Dec

3 Steps That Will Change Your Life

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Success in life is about asking the right question. There are lots of so-so, mildly helpful questions out there, but the really great ones are hidden. These great, life-changing questions are like the really smart but really shy person in your life: if you can get them to talk, what they say will be well […]

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2 Sept

I Want To Kill Myself: A Story About Hope

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There are only a handful of really important questions in life: Is there a God?What’s the meaning of life?What are my morals and values?Who am I?  Here’s another biggie: Why is life worth living? Albert Camus was a famous French philosopher and author. Like most philosophers, he had some really crazy ideas and some really good ones. I […]

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3 June

Attributes of a Great Counselor (It’s Not What You Think)

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Average counselors help people fix problems. Great counselors help people discover wise principles that can fix any number of problems. They help you develop emotional muscle. After 17 years of helping people I’ve become pretty good at counseling.[1] Here are a few of my top attributes to look for in a great counselor. But first, […]

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1 Mar

Why We Blame & How To Do It Better

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“It was the dog, mom. I swear.”“Me?! You’re the one who’s always messing around!”“It’s not my fault you can’t get your facts straight.” There are lots of “low level” reasons people blame. We blame to avoid consequences. We blame to make ourselves look better. We blame to make other people look bad. The list goes […]

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