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Success Magazine

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I think SUCCESS magazine has some amazing articles that really bring clarity around living a better life.  Awareness is always the key. “In every issue of SUCCESS magazine we will strive to bring you the thought leaders and success experts, both past and present, and reveal their key ideas and strategies to help you excel…

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Clouds in the Sky

Overcoming doubt, understanding how it comes about

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But when the universe becomes yourself, when you love the world as yourself, all reality becomes your heaven, reinventing you as your own heaven.” Lao Tzu A dear friend of mine, who teaches mindfulness, recently confided in me that he attended a silent retreat and could not experience a meditative state. His self-doubt reached such…

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News Literacy: The 7 News Habits You Need to Develop

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We’re a generation drowning in news. Everybody reports, rehashes, comments, shares, recommends, likes, aggregates and spins it. Articles written by artificial intelligence, content farms, satirical sites, fake news sites, PR campaigns, or for native advertising compete for our attention and blur the distinctions between news and, well, everything else. Yet paradoxically, we’re starving for news…

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Seek First to Understand

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Communication is the most important skill in life. You spend years learning how to read and write, and years learning how to speak. But what about listening? What training have you had that enables you to listen so you really, deeply understand another human being? Probably none, right? “If I were to summarize in one…

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Outrageous Times

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Outrage …well you aughta be outraged You oughtta be outrageously outraged. For outrage is the fierce wild unequivocal love That burns in a wolf-mother’s eyes. It is the feral opposite of shame Devouring deception in its crackling flames. It is the stone that sharpens swords to pierce illusion, it’s the force that parts the morning’s…

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Crochet Artist Leaves Flowers Around Town to Make People Smile

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“A woman who crochets flowers and leaves them in public places with positive messages attached said she does it to make the world a more positive and happy place. Olivia Fletcher, 22, who has suffered from depression and has previously self-harmed, said her colourful creations are “soothing” and help to distract her from negative thoughts.”…

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What Makes an Activist

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What leads someone to become an activist? Research shows parental beliefs, individual personality and a sense of community can all prime someone for a role as an activist. We all recognize the protestors among us: neighbors who circulate petitions for clean-air bills, animal-rights groups in the subway harassing elderly women in fur coats, students calling…

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Live a Life of Greatness

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Life that contributes to the whole. We are all part of something bigger and we have a role to play. By contributing to the whole, we are then building a world collectively that is better than the world we came in with. Can you overcome these obstacles and contribute something positive to the world? As…

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Relational Mindfulness: A Handbook for Deepening Our Connections with Ourselves, Each Other, and the Planet

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This book is a great resource for creating compassionate awareness in all relationships – self, one another, the planet. I’ve thought for years that self-help, self-awareness, etc. lacked a key component for ultimate success…the lack of “we” language.  I’ve dedicated years to doing my best to unpack my personal baggage but have struggled with what…

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Politics vs. Governance

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“It’s just politics.” No one ever says, “it’s just governance.” Politics is organized sparring about power, without much regard for efficacy or right or wrong. Governance is the serious business of taking responsibility for leadership. Over the last twenty years, the mass media has shifted, from “here’s the news,” to, “hey, it’s just media.” As…

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