Discussion with George, a Mindset coach was indeed enlightening and a tipping part of the realization scale.
This is based on different aspects of life we struggle to comprehend, and sometimes let go off opportunities knocking our door. So, here is the complete discussion recording for you!
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We, Teruo Tanto and I, had a fun time discussing various stages of a person while he/she is conversing with people on a daily basis.
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Let me tell you a super-benefit of not making excuses!
First is, you spend that time in analyzing what went wrong. You make a solid plan to work on it, and hence achieve it without making an excuse.
Do you know why we tend to give many excuses?
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Self-pity and Overthinking are very common ways we traumatize ourselves which are as strong as any drug or alcohol.
Are you someone who is obsessed with your misery? Do you know someone who is? Boasting about your depression or serious issues, even when you clearly know how to improve your life?
This post is in regard to BEING ADDICTED TO UNHAPPINESS.
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We, Shreya Pattar and I discussed various problems and stages a freelancer goes through, in the journey of building a career.
Here are some time frames in which we discussed the following, hope this helps.
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To be honest, I never cared about developing or building skills until a year of being experienced. I had too much to learn from my new job that learning and practising took off all my time.
“Go forth and build skills” is one thing, but how to actually do that?
Let’s look at some strategies on how to build a strong foundation for your growth process.
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In this post, we are going to learn on
‘How to control our attention when we’re anxious?’
Catastrophizing – Mind Reading – Fortune Telling – Overgeneralizing
Yes, and this is not just a well-searched analogy. This is my personal experience.
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Yes, resentment is a bitter feeling of being treated unfairly. And you ought to feel this if you are maintaining scores with any individual – be it your colleague, friend, partner, boss, parents.
Name it and you will regret it.
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So, what is KEEPING SCORES?
Firstly, it is really important to have a passion for which you want to wake up early every day.
Yes! For me, I have my activities planned a day ahead. This gives the kick to get started as soon as you wake up.
No, I haven’t been this passionate all my life. This happened to me recently.
When you have a passion to work on, it doesn’t let you snooze your alarm. However, practically, we all are on different pages in life.
Here are five things I do to wake up early!
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“A suicide is like a pebble in a pond. The waves ripple outward.”
I remember my mom telling this to me. Seeing a pebble drop into a pond, it’s something small that makes a big impact.
The people impacted most dramatically are the ones closest to the deceased: family, friends, co-workers, classmates.
As the waves move outward, they get smaller and smaller. The reach of the waves is much greater than the size of the pebble itself.
People, close to the deceased, always blame themselves for not being able to help their loved ones who have struggled openly with mental health.
The suicide sometimes comes as a “total shock” to the survivors, who may think, “He seemed to be doing better.” “She had turned her life around.” “He was making plans for the future.”
So, what can you do to reduce the impact of a suicide, and work toward social empathy?
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